Many of the teams and leaders I coached struggle with relating to the Agile Manifesto in a meaningful way. We value the items on the left over those on the right. Great! Wonderful. Huh? So what does it actually mean? How do I go about decoding the agile manifesto values and use them in my everyday interactions?
Fail to succeed. Stretch to fail. But stop failing, and just do it wrong. A culture of wrong can grow and change.
What happens when your processes interfere with interactions? Not much, and that is the problem.
Without a Product Owner, whose job is it to maintain the backlog or groom stories?
I have been tossing around the idea for quite some time to focus a blog on the challenges, successes, and yes, failures of Scrum and Agile in my professional life and personal life for quite some time, but never was quite sure of what to do with it other than continue to evangelize and practice…