We need to revisit the meaning and intent of the training classes we run, treating classes such Certified Scrum Master as a professional entry level, the point at which learning starts. A reflection, based on going through Compulsory Basic Training to ride a motorcycle.
Meaningfully Reframing PI Planning (the Lightning Talk I wrote for last week’s European SAFe Summit) are available. This is new thinking, that I’ll be expanding significantly on in the near future.
A class for practitioners to learn, not to insta-certify wannabes. A big step forward in how classes should be run.
Extreme focus on the Wildly Important is a critical enabler for delivery.
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Transformation by Invitation in which I reflect a little on how organisational change goes, and how we might do it better.
Better ways of working unwind the journey towards formal relationships. Building personal trust increases collaboration.
Set an intermediate challenge, whose achievement will tell you that you’re winning. And then improve like hell towards it.
Cultivate decentralisation by inviting autonomy instead
Non-colocated teams can work; it’s just harder, particularly with newly formed teams or inexperienced people.
6 of the best to read over the break.