We are living the age of busy-ness. Everyone feels overloaded with several agendas, we switch between hundreds of tasks, we receive thousands of emails and notifications every day. As a consequence, we often hear from teams: ”We need more people, time and/or money”. It is actually not about adding something more (people, time, money), it is about doing less (less context switching, less work in progress, fewer walls in cooperation among people). It typically leads to 30% – 70% increase in productivity. First step: Lean workshop.
Stop boring and inefficient status report meetings!
You know how it goes. There is a group of coworkers round the table and they report one after another project status to their manager. Everyone should be interested in work of others but the […]
Searching for Vision (not only) in Agile organization
OKRs or Objectives and Key Results are everywhere these days. A lot of the companies jump onto this trendy bandwagon but do not have the right base for their OKRs. For it to work, it […]
Agile Culture & Leadership
Following up Jarek’s brilliant article (in Czech), we would take a closer look at one of the key areas of scaling Agile — the role of the leader and how to build the Agile culture. […]