After some feedback from the Done Fallacy post, I feel I need to explore done-ness a bit more. How we work and talk make up some very interesting distinctions. For example, let’s think about what the word “done” really means. It sounds simple, but the meaning changes over time. Let’s take a story, for starters. When we
Category Archives: Decisions
I usually make fun of the “become a scrum master in 3 days”. I mean, what can you learn in 3 days? Glad you asked. Once a year or so, I get a chance of going through an exercise with my army unit. These few days are plentiful of agile post material. I’ll try to cram
The post, somewhat possessed, 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
From childhood, we are taught that in order to achieve big goals, we need to work together towards them. Most of the time, however, what we were taught does not come into play. We may want different things, and have different goals. Or we might agree on the goal, but not on the way to