When working with managers I love to show this video. Thanks to my friend Adam Yuret for introducing it to me.
A tale of two teams The world cup this year is exciting. Everyone seems to be into it! I really don't know much about soccer/futbal But it is exciting whenever teams play well together. Which made me think. (...ripple effect...) Once there were two men, Manuel and Timothy, who lived in a small rural town in [...]
Just got the latest newsletter from TechRepublic and an article caught my eye. The title of the article was; "10 IT Jobs that are Hardest to Fill." The title caught my eye because with the current job market still saturated with talented people who need jobs, I wanted to know what jobs are hard to [...]
Ruben Gonzalez http://www.thelugeman.com/ Trying out video from my iPhone. Can't get it to post the video directly from my phone yet. but that will come...
Saturday morning and we had to get chores done before we had guests at 2:00. Normally the girls choose all their chores before they start. Today I decided to use a kanban board with them. Watch this interview with my daughters. Here is the Kanban Board
Do you need Project Managers if you are agile? What happens to my career as a PM if we adopt agile? Don't worry, here is what you can expect.
It is time to get back to basics...
If you don't use the Emotional Time-line Diagramming technique in your Sprint Reviews you should. In this video I describe the technique and my experience using it last week.
I decided that I had been trying to make my videos too good. I will be agile about it, try it out. See what works, and adapt. Let me know what you think.
In a recent sprint planning session we had a discussion about Who our customer is in an Enterprise Agile project. You see Enterprise agile finds all the holes in the pure agile model. In an Enterprise project the customer is sometimes a mixture. We found it useful to identify two customers: Technical Customer Business Customer [...]