Humility is the key to leading and building agile teams and organizations. Here’s why.
Not everyone wants to do product discovery but everybody should. Here's a story about one way I convinced a group of reluctant developers to meet their users.
Do OKRs work with jobs to be done? They do. Here's how.
I work with teams around the world every day helping them implement objectives and key results. I’ve written about OKR here a lot over the last few years and now, as the goal-setting framework is catching on broadly, the anti-patterns have become increasingly obvious. One such anti-pattern I’ve noticed recently is teams reverse engineering their … Continue reading OKR anti-pattern: reverse engineering key results to match your backlog
Volkswagen's electric vehicle ambitions reveal how their manufacturing history gets in the way of their technological success.
Visualizing a system is the fastest way to build shared understanding. Here's why.
Following recipes is the beginning of your agile transformation. To reach true agility you must become a chef.
Katie Saindon and David O'Malley took the ideas in Forever Employable and put them into action immediately.
If your team is struggling to deliver top-notch work, you'll need to revisit your definition of done.
The success of your org's agility isn't solely dependent on your executives. Teams have their part to do as well.