Experiments: Try These

These are ways of working that should work, but your context may render them ineffective. Some of them have been tried, some are suggestions based on thinking only.

Try these in a Safe-To-Fail environment, where lack of success will not be disastrous for you.

Scaling Self Selection

Team self-selection is a growing ‘opt-in’ approach to building successful Lean/Agile teams, with resulting reports of increased effectiveness.

Are there lessons we can learn from this in our wider Organisational Transformation approaches?

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Unveiling h#

h# is a revolutionary new, integrated code and method framework, based on the critical value of Radical Simplicity.

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Scrum team of leaders

When I first became managers' manager I had a dream of a Scrum team of leaders. The basic reasons for this was the same as for any Scrum team. Especially to make the team less vulnerable by giving all the same information at the same point in time (morning meetings)...

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Limiting Knowledge In Progress For Better Learning

Knowledge is Inventory in the Learning Process, and behaves like a queue of committed options. Constrain KIP for faster learning. This post is extending a metaphor that I haven't completely thought through, but as a way of exploring my own understanding. Metaphors are...

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Scaling Self Selection

Team self-selection is a growing ‘opt-in’ approach to building successful Lean/Agile teams, with resulting reports of increased effectiveness.

Are there lessons we can learn from this in our wider Organisational Transformation approaches?

read more

Unveiling h#

h# is a revolutionary new, integrated code and method framework, based on the critical value of Radical Simplicity.

read more

Scrum team of leaders

When I first became managers' manager I had a dream of a Scrum team of leaders. The basic reasons for this was the same as for any Scrum team. Especially to make the team less vulnerable by giving all the same information at the same point in time (morning meetings)...

read more

Limiting Knowledge In Progress For Better Learning

Knowledge is Inventory in the Learning Process, and behaves like a queue of committed options. Constrain KIP for faster learning. This post is extending a metaphor that I haven't completely thought through, but as a way of exploring my own understanding. Metaphors are...

read more
Page 1 of 212

Scaling Self Selection

Team self-selection is a growing ‘opt-in’ approach to building successful Lean/Agile teams, with resulting reports of increased effectiveness.

Are there lessons we can learn from this in our wider Organisational Transformation approaches?

read more

Unveiling h#

h# is a revolutionary new, integrated code and method framework, based on the critical value of Radical Simplicity.

read more

Scrum team of leaders

When I first became managers' manager I had a dream of a Scrum team of leaders. The basic reasons for this was the same as for any Scrum team. Especially to make the team less vulnerable by giving all the same information at the same point in time (morning meetings)...

read more

Limiting Knowledge In Progress For Better Learning

Knowledge is Inventory in the Learning Process, and behaves like a queue of committed options. Constrain KIP for faster learning. This post is extending a metaphor that I haven't completely thought through, but as a way of exploring my own understanding. Metaphors are...

read more
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