Nowadays challenges span complicated and complex situations that require a leadership style and tools that go beyond traditional leadership.
Here you find reading suggestions to find inspiration as well as practical advice.
#Agile #Lean #Leadership
What is lean-agile coaching? Let’s find out with the two “equations” at its root.
A flawed idea, from a big consulting company, is a poisoned seed that once planted in the mind of inexperienced practitioners can spread misinformation and distort people’s understanding.
Let’s turn this poisoned seed into an opportunity to reflect on the foundations of lean and agile, and deepen our understanding.
You are trapped in the black and white room of agile’s rainbow. And you cannot be sure you are not, until you find out and conquer your qualia.
Discover the two key components behind lean-agile paradigm shift. And the next paradigm shift approaching at the horizon.
A lot of food for thoughts, for bright and hungry minds, the new business-friendly version of the original Agile Manifesto: The Lean-Agile Manifesto for Digital Products and Services. Inspired by Kent Beck (talk ‘Beyond Agile Programming’ at Startup Lessons Learned Conference, 2010) and by Dan North (talk ‘Agile Revisited’ at GOTO conference, 2015).
Given the complex nature of the problems we try to solve and the solutions we try to envision, there’s no surprise the devil is in the details.
Sometimes we have to be highly intelligent and well-informed just to be undecided about them.
These seven principles are seven chances to spot the complexity hidden in the details.
You often think there must be a better way of getting stuff done,
while at work you spend your time working around obstacles created by the very same processes put there to help you. Meanwhile, you build meaningful relationships, based on professional respect and trust, that span well over the boundaries of the formal hierarchy.
These books are for you.
#CodeQuality: a definition unknown or misunderstood by most, that goes beyond #SoftwareCraftsmanship.
Given that software is eating the world and IT *is* becoming the business, it do matters.
This post gives a pragmatic definition valuable and meaningful for both IT and the business.
This post explores the skills that make a great CTO. It also provides a tool to self-assess current strengths as CTO, and identify areas that can be targeted next for improvement.