Monthly Archives: April 2018

When a Manager is not Agile (but thinks he is)

When a Manager is not Agile (but thinks he is)

Imagine you are an external Agile consultant invited to improve Scrum in a team. A product owner is a head of this department. Let’s call him Alex. Alex says a lot about self-organization and business agility and then during Sprint […]

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V for Vendetta (and A for Agile)

V for Vendetta (and A for Agile)

This post in some ways extends Why Scrum does not work (and what can we do about it). Today I was thinking on why do I feel discouraged by many of Agile transformation stories, and a speech by Slavoj Žižek “How To […]

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What Agile Coach Can Learn from Psychologist

What Agile Coach Can Learn from Psychologist

I’ve been recently thinking about popular Agile frameworks and approaches to Agile transformation. It seems to me that they are too mechanistic, and this seems to me one of the reasons why many of transformations fail. In my previous post […]

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Why Scrum does not work (and what can we do about it)

Why Scrum does not work (and what can we do about it)

Scrum is the most popular agile framework. Period. If we look at VersionOne 11th State of Agile report, Scrum is praciced by 58% of respondents (68% if we summ up Scrum and Scrum/XP hybrid). Among scaling frameworks Scrum although dominate: […]

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