Thread on Twitter started by Alistair Cockburn on the roots of "agile" and the errors in the latest issue of HBR.

"This is the sort of historical revisionism and weak reporting that seriously pisses me off. Sutherland did not invent Scrum in the 80s, Scrum is not the founder of agile, there were 17 people involved, etc etc. That HBR is …
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Basic set of tools everyone should be aware of:
Tools for better thinking

Collection of thinking tools and frameworks to help you solve problems, make decisions and understand systems.

untools.co/

Understanding The Agile Mindset

The Agile mindset embodies a focus on customers, teams and operating as the network. It contrasts with a bureaucratic mindset focused on shareholders, rules and operating as a hierarchy.

forbes.com/sites/stevedenning/

Great article on what Scrum (the product development and delivery framework) and Scrum (as in Rugby) has in common:

medium.com/serious-scrum/scrum

Just to repeat it again and again:

You read Kanban boards from right ('done') to left ('selected', 'idea pool' or similar) to manage flow towards the customer.

Über Scrum wird mehr diskutiert und spekuliert, anstatt einfach hin- und wieder den Guide zu lesen:

scrumguides.org/scrum-guide.ht

Hosted a workshop with twitter.com/@hemba at UXCamp Europe 2019 on "Troika Consulting", a very simple way to collaborative crunch challenges and get a new perspective.

Resources on "Troika Consulting": write.as/mflx/materialien-zur-

North star metrics might be very valuable in some phases of your product / org, but at some point it will limit your view.

Are North Star Metrics Leading You Astray?

productplan.com/north-star-met

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