Chances are that you heard any of these claims or similar at some point of your career especially if you work in IT and Software Development:– “We used Agile in a previous project and it wasn’t good“– “I have worked in Agile before and it didn’t work“– “Agile doesn’t work for us“– “Agile doesn’t work“ […]
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Kanban – the garden, the restaurant and the dump
In this article I am going to describe some conditions under which a team adopting Kanban can be set up for success or failure. Historically used in the manufacturing industry, Kanban has been incorporated in the successful Toyota Production System (TPS). Kanban is one of the most known Agile frameworks and often over-simplified with the […]
How a strong team culture helps the team heal
Making errors is part of the job. We don’t know what and when but we know that will happen. It can happen many times a day or a week, at work as well as in our everyday lives. Someone says that the only way to avoid mistakes is doing nothing. I disagree. Sometimes, not taking action is […]
The five-minute favor secret weapon for success
Adam Rifkin is a very successful serial entrepreneur who spends a huge amount of his time helping other people. And his secret weapon is the five-minute favor. Adam said, “You don’t have to be Mother Teresa or Gandhi to be a giver. You just have to find small ways to add large value to other people’s lives.” […]
Are you a giver or a taker?
Are you a giver or a taker? Discover it watching this amazing TED Talk by Adam Grant.