Pawel’s post about Shu-Ha-Ri fallacy, came about the time I was reading the chapter about it in Lyssa Adkins’ book “Coaching Agile Teams”. And at that time I was thinking about learning and understanding. Coincidence? I think not. Shu-Ha-Ri is describes the progress in how we do practices: From doing, to understanding, to modifying them.
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Had great fun presenting the New Agile today at Agile Eastern Europe in Kiev. Here are the slides. You can also watch the video here. And the original (longer) session slides are here. Also check out the New Agile Posts on the blog: The Beginning Certifications Why is agile so popular? More, please! Size matters
I should have put that up earlier, because Paul Klipp had posted it a day after it was recorded. Paul (and the volunteers) did a marvelous job at ACE. I hope to go there next year again.
Had a great time presenting at ACE! Here are the “ROI is dead” slides.
The post, somewhat possessed, now appears on the Everyday Unit Testing site. Check it out!
When we bought our house, we designated one of the rooms as “ the computer room”. It was kind of small office, with a couple of book shelves. Then, with the children, we’ve added more cupboards and shelves and computers. It was no longer the computer room, it was a storage room. “Where is X?”
My newest article on #NoEstimates is now live on the Agile Connection site. Enjoy!
Here we go again. March madness first: I’m happy to say I’m going to cover two thirds of Europe in less than 2 weeks. On March 16-7th I’ll be at ACE! conference (that’s Agile Central Europe for the geography pundits). I’ll be presenting “ROI is Dead!” and if I survive it, a day later a
The post, somewhat red, somewhat green, now appears on the Everyday Unit Testing site. Check it out!
In the new knowledge economy, the winners are the ones who learn quickly. But learning means nothing, if it cannot be applied to the business. So the winners are the ones who learn, and use that knowledge, by deciding where to go, and what to do next. If decision making is the king maker, it