March 25, 2017

What is the agile mindset?

What is the agile mindset? The agile mindset seems to be a mythical abstract quality that is hard to define and often glossed over in agile discussions. It is the outermost ring in the popular metaphor agile onion. The model tells us the mindset is the most powerful of the layers that make up agile….

Read More
March 22, 2017

The Teal Exchange, a review

The Teal Exchange, a review The first Teal Exchange was held in London, at the offices of Thoughtbot on 3rd March 2017. Planned as an exploration of the ideas offered in Frederic Laloux’s book, Reinventing Organizations, the event itself became something greater, as people from many walks of life, coaching, theatre improvisation, software development, psychotherapy,…

Read More
March 21, 2017

My Certified Agile Leadership Workshop in Orlando

My Certified Agile Leadership Workshop in Orlando This was an amazing two and a half-day working session, with participation of organizational leaders and enterprise coaches coming together from different parts of the world: Sweden, Costa Rica and USA. One of the co-creators of Certified Agile Leadership (CAL) course – Pete Behrens took the mixed group of managers and…

Read More
March 14, 2017

17 Essential Hacks Every Scrum Master Should Know

17 Essential Hacks Every Scrum Master Should Know Here is a list of cool tips and tricks for all the tools we love to use as scrum masters and facilitators. If you have any more share them with us at @agileadventures using #ScrumMasterHacks. We will update the list with the best ones as a testament…

Read More
March 7, 2017

Review of Certified Agile Leadership Course: An Insight to Yourself & Your Company’s Ability to Change & Grow

Review of Certified Agile Leadership Course: An Insight to Yourself & Your Company’s Ability to Change & Grow Introduction I’m going to start a review of this course in an unusual place, by not initially talking about the course itself. I arrived at the building with a feeling of excitement about the topics, and also…

Read More
March 2, 2017

AWA Interviews: Matt Wynne

AWA Interviews: Matt Wynne Ahead the nearly sold out  “BDD for Busy People” workshop running later this month, we asked Matt Wynne about his story, where he sees the biggest challenges in software development and the impact BDD has had on the industry. Continue reading below for some interesting and insightful answers. How long have you been working with BDD? What…

Read More
February 3, 2017

Wanted: Great Agile Teams

Wanted: Great Agile Teams Hello, If you’re the ScrumMaster, leader, or manager of an Agile team, what are you there to do? My answer is: help the team become great and stay great. Meaning what? I want your team to contribute to business outcomes and to make a meaningful difference, not only to produce outputs…

Read More
January 11, 2017

An Agile Tale – Fishing for Pearls

An Agile Tale – Fishing for Pearls Tip-Toeing down the stairs, Robbie sneaks into the kitchen. He heard his father, an Oyster Farmer, return from work an hour ago, so Robbie knew there would be a fresh load of oysters in the ice box. In the kitchen, Robbie climbs on a chair so he can…

Read More
January 9, 2017

I Trust You

I Trust You You set the tone for your life. If you can’t see trust in the world, start trusting others, if you can’t see collaboration, co-operation, and tolerance, then start collaborating, co-operating and tolerating more. The world is a mirror. The topic of trust in teams is a big one right now because many…

Read More
December 16, 2016

An Agile Tale – The Family Budget

An Agile Tale – The Family Budget It was November and the Hills were fighting over the family budget. They were meticulous planners, so would sit down every January 31st to allocate the budget for the year. However, being meticulous planners they would also sit down at the end of November to review any changes…

Read More