In April issue
James Hall provides four reasons why your process introduction may have failed, and offers suggestions on how to overcome failure.
We Should Stop Trying to Make Scrum Fit for Every Situation says Willem-Jan Ageling. Willem explains why Scrum should serve a specific purpose and no more.
Allan Kerry reflects on a tension between knowledge workers and their employers. He states many contractors see themselves as entrepreneurs while their clients may see them more as casual day-labourers who can be hired and disposed of with little thought.
Have you struggled to make Objectives and Key Results fit together across the organization? Chris Butler recommends not making OKRs be everything to everyone, and rather inter-relate them as a network rather than a hierarchy.
Tony Caink asks if governance is an impediment or an enabler. Tony examines how governance teams can evolve their processes and systems with the aim to build trust and enable teams, rather than impeding them.