In May 2019 Cybercom arranged a two day leadership summit for all leaders within the company. During the summit we workshopped about different aspects of leadership, and I had the opportunity to host a session (or actually 5 sessions) about Agile Leadership. In this article I've summarized the highlights from the Agile Leadership workshop.
According to the 11th State of Agile report only 5% of the participants of the survey use Kanban, compared to 70% for Scrum or Scrum-ish methods. Google tells the same story - Scrum is googled roughly 3 times more often than Kanban.
A blog about having less meetings, a lot less.
About meeting culture.
How an agile mindset can cut down on the number of meetings.
How did we do it?
Six steps to less meetings.
Sustainability is more relevant than ever before. But what is Sustainable Management? My take is about maximizing the positive effects in the organization while minimizing the managerial interference.
Here are my favorite tools and principles to achieve this.
Find a group of people with a problem and save the project with three questions!
What's the first rule of scaling agile?