Body language for empowering teams

    Empowered teams Typically, a lot of detailed knowledge is found low in the organizational hierarchy, in the minds of Developers, Testers, Operations etc. Yes, upper management better understands strategic direction, and product management better understands customers. But software developers can have detailed domain knowledge that gives them a valuable perspective on products. It’s […]

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Draining the swamp

Taking the water out of water-scrum-fall. I do love the term water-scrum-fall. It so aptly  describes a phenomena seen, particularly at scale, where teams are using Scrum for development (and perhaps some level of testing), but the processes before and after development are waterfall-ish. Water-scrum-fall may be a side affect of standard Scrum education, which addresses […]

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