What causes the type of behavior we mentioned in Part 1? Lets dive a bit deeper into work to examine this. I work in the software industry, so this will be a software example, but maybe it applies to your
Stop what you’re doing and ask yourself: What are you working on right now? Do you know why it’s important? If it’s a personal project – does it align with your goals and values? If it’s work related – do
“How does this Agile stuff you’re doing help us ______?” Fill in the blank here, I’ve heard it all: “innovate”, “win in the market”, “grow”, “move faster”? I’ve also heard “Why the heck are we doing this “Agile” thing anyway?”
Recently I got a request from my leadership: “We’re working hard to improve and change the organization, what metrics are out there to show us how we’re doing?” This isn’t the first time I’ve heard this question, and I’m sure
For those that don’t know, my employer LogMeIn just completed a merger with another larger firm. This entry will be part 1 of a 2 post series. This entry will focus on my work in re-building the Agile Community pre-merger.
The experiment to bring Scrum Inc and Jeff Sutherland to Budapest to help us restart momentum on our Agile Transformation at LogMeIn is looking more successful every day. We now have people from Leadership and the Teams eager to know more about Scrum and Agile (again) and they’re asking lots of
Last week LogMeIn brought Jeff Sutherland (one of the original parents of the Scrum and Agile movements) from Scrum Inc. to our Budapest office to give their version of the Certified Scrum Master (CSM) training. A big part of the culture at LogMeIn
Last month my wife, dog, and I picked up and moved ourselves from Boston, Massachusetts, USA to Budapest, Hungary. My employer, LogMeIn, offered us the opportunity to live abroad so that I could bring my skills as an Agile Coach