The guys at RainFellows beautifully combine the technical/knowledge side of things with the art of working with and for people. The result of cooperation does not mean only inspiration “how to do it”, but a real delivery of change. After all, they are “friends in the rain, aren’t they”:) My last experience was consulting with Jan on the company-wide offsite program. We refined the goals together and then designed the individual parts in every detail, including timing, potential bottlenecks or ideas for gamification. Thanks for the frantic efficiency.
My First-Hand Experience with the Start-up Nation
Frequent migraines in my childhood made me use other sources than reading books. And the eye-to-eye meetings have always been the first in the line. I need to see and hear things with my own […]
How Agile are we really? – Part 2
In the first part of our series, we covered why you should be interested in Agile maturity in your teams or organizations and how to look at it. In the next installment of our series, we’ll focus on “measuring Agile mechanics”.
Measuring the success of a Scrum Master/Agile Coach
It is true that the work of an SM/AC is not as easy to see at first glance as that of a developer or tester, but the good news is that the success of these roles can definitely be measured. Let’s take a look at how to do it together!