In July’s issue
When it comes to identifying the best ways of working, Bernhard Sterchi considers when it’s best to take a pragmatic, rather than a normative approach, and why there’s a tendency to take an ill-fitting normative approach.
In Facilitate Change, Wim van Baaren states Scrum Masters should consider facilitating change, not sessions. Scrum Masters should facilitate a change towards an environment which fosters experimentation, collaboration and engagement.
In part two of his piece on enabling trust, Tony Caink explores pivoting from project to product by enabling capacity-based funded experiments.
Chris Corrigan introduces his thinking about the Theory of Stability. Since it will affect how you design and act to create new stability, he believes it’s important to consider why certain situations are stable over time.
A community and a practice are not the same, but they are brilliant together argues Emily Webber. When you have more formal activities of a practice supported by the more social aspects of a community, it’s brilliant.