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Inspire the change

One of the Agile value is “Responding to change” but how it’s possible if we suffer of inertia to change? Let’s be inspired by those wise words:

He who becomes the slave of habit,
who follows the same routes every day,
who never changes pace,
who does not risk and change the color of his clothes,
who does not speak and does not experience,
dies slowly.


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Be a role model, lead them by good examples

Let me be brutal: everyone wants the others do what he thinks is the best. Someone reach this goal with his authority, someone is authoritative. Someone over-rule others with power, others are well-informed and considered experts on their field.

A scrum master is an unpowered role by definition and while he should be well informed, hardly is an expert like a senior developer. How can we drive the team in the right direction? If you read the title you know yet: by good examples, be a good example for your team. Continue reading “Be a role model, lead them by good examples”

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Why you should question yourself about WIP Limits in Kanban

When I begun working with kanban I was member of a team really committed to make kanban efficient. We were reflecting on the bottlenecks and smoothing the processes, updating the k-board, introducing new columns or rows according our needs, adjusting WIP limits from time to time and so on. At the beginning everything had a sense, until we had too many columns and too many WIP limits. Continue reading “Why you should question yourself about WIP Limits in Kanban”