In November’s issue
From the experience of supporting his son in competitive sports, Chris Corrigan introduces the concept of obliquity as a strategy for learning.
This issue begins a Product Management 101 series from Sebastian Straube. This month covers the somewhat controversial role of the product manager.
In Are Metrics Driving You Mad? Gapingvoid reminds us that metrics are just a tool. They are not the thing itself.
Refreshingly, The Liberators share their realisation that the best way to start with Scrum is to … not talk about Scrum. Don’t talk about frameworks, events, roles, and artifacts. Don’t talk about all the benefits and virtues of Scrum. Instead: just do it.
What should be included in a business case? asks Jeff Gothelf. Advice includes defining success in terms of behaviour change.
Finally, using the Cynefin framework, Gude Hudson Gool introduces the concept of Complexity, with particular reference to organisational transformation.