RT @[email protected]: Stuff that seems crazy if you haven’t tried it:
Not using story points
1d sprints/no sprints
Research sprints away from keyboards
Sharing scrum master duties
UX not “getting ahead” of team
If you want to go fast and agile you plan for low utilisation and adjust as you learn stuff.
100% utilisation means any tiny problem will stop everything.
RT @[email protected] Don't plan for more than 50% of the work you have capacity to put in your sprint.
This leaves room for adapting to change, innovation, quality and unexpected rework.
RT @[email protected]: A little 5-by-5 matrix to help with assessing Epics and User Stories when doing #agile stuff with a #ux mindset. Inspired by @[email protected] and @[email protected] Scale is beer > holiday > month salary > car > house
RT @[email protected]: 2016: "Them #noprojects people are nuts!"
2018: "According to McKinsey, it makes sense to organize teams around products rather than projects. Let's do that."
RT @[email protected]: Trust helps you do better work... faster #agile #design #teamwork
RT @[email protected]: Probably the most misused concept in the brief history of Agile. Perhaps if more rooted in Deming’s work, the community would have a healthier understanding. #agile https://twitter.com/neil_killick/status/973540770840944640
Hehe, this is quite apt
RT @[email protected] These guys sound familiar? https://firstname.lastname@example.org/a-motley-old-crew-of-coders-a7710f581bc1 #agile #kanban #scrum
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