People that are passively sitting & listening to words are NOT actively learning. Here are 6 takeaways to make your next training stick and to move information into long-term memory. Continue Reading →
The Instant Retrospective helps agile teams to tackle problems instantly. The strength of this technique is the strong focus and solution orientated approach! It gives you the chance to fight against problems that prevents the team to perform. Continue Reading →
In one of my blog post about Impact Mapping I was writing about a tool to evaluate your assumptions regarding your product. The result of this technique is a product backlog with big stories prioritized by business value. In this post I would like to show you 6 simple ways how to split your big user stories vertically. Continue Reading →
The LEGO® – Retrospective is a quite nice method I tried out with a team in my current company. The reason why this exercise is so exciting is the fact that team members are joining a totally new creative space where they can try out to express their thoughts on an abstract layer. In this post I’d like to share some experiences about this improvised retrospective. Continue Reading →
I had the great chance to participate in a Customer Journey Mapping Workshop that was moderated by RaySono. I enjoyed it and I really got convinced by this method due to its deep orientation to the customer. I want to share some details about the method and write about the advantages and how it works.
As a Scrum Master I took care of a new Team where I wanted to have a better visualization of our daily work. As I am not a big fan of digital tools for processes I decided to set up a physical board although it was a distributed team.
So before I started to create the board I made some notes about the information I wanted to make transparent and visualized: