A while ago, I collaborated with Allen Holub at the 敏捷: Principles, Practices and Architecture Workshop during an SDD Deep Dive conference. One thing that arose time and again during our discussions was a shared belief that 敏捷 is both misinterpreted and misused within a lot of companies. It’s something that I continue to see in my role as a
Mirek Woźniak recently sent me an email telling me about something they’re doing to draw out people’s emotions (literally) and gain a better understanding of 球队 morale. It’s a kind of mood board and a very agile way of measuring happiness. All you need is a whiteboard and no talking – take a look: http://blog.lunarlogicpolska.com/2013/measurable-happiness/ Kelly.
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