I found a cool slide show that give you an idea for you start to learn more: Have fun! boris
Fire Someone Today! Is a cool book by Bob Pritchett about entrepreneurship. I liked it, because it has a very provocative title and he has some very counter-intuitive ideas. Firing someone when he does not perform or do not wanted to work in the way I wanted was a lesson that I needed to learn during the … weiterlesen →
In several posts I tried to say that Scrums roots are not in the lean manufacturing debate but in knowledge management. Jeff Sutherland re-posted today a comment he made a couple of years ago on this blog. Roots of Scrum: Object Technology. I re-post this article here: Scrum was originally designed to support emerging object technology … weiterlesen →
In 2006 I wrote a short article “Scrum Delivers”  in which I showed that the principles of the Toyota Production System as described by Jeffrey K. Liker  can be mapped to Scrum. In the following weeks I will show how Scrum maps these principles. The idea is to understand Scrum as a mindset not as … weiterlesen →
Kurt Nielsen has written a very nice short article that I would like to bring to your awareness: ——————————————————————————— I have been doing Scrum for almost 4 years now, and it is still exiting, especially when you see teams raise their bar to more than twice what the expected and four times as high as … weiterlesen →
I do not understand everything in this slide set – but it is definitely a very good start for people who speaks Portuguese. Please read it before you go to my class in Recife in two weeks.
Introduction: Scrumy.com created by Knockout Apps is maybe the most intuitive Scrum Tool I know so far. It is nothing else than a taskboard. When you go to www.scrumy.com you will see nothing as a clean and google like screen: You can generate a URL for you project taskboard and then you click “I´m feeling … weiterlesen →