How to always be on time with your software project

How to always be on time with your software projectSome days ago I read the #NoEstimates Book from Vasco Duarte. I liked the techniques and ideas described in this book that helped me to explore the #NoEstimates topic in a very practical way. I want to give you a short summary on why the classic estimation culture in the software industry has to change and why #NoEstimates will change the way how you drive your business today – Learn how to predict the release date of your project without estimating! Continue Reading →

Top 20 Agile Books for Product Owners

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A few month ago I started to collect a list of the Top Agile Books for Scrum Masters from various social channels. I received so much feedback on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook so that I decided to divide the books into five different categories: Top agile books for Scrum Masters, Product Owners, Agile Developers, Leadership & Agile Coaching. In this blog post I want to show you the Top 20 Agile Books for Product Owners recommend by the community. Continue Reading →

10 powerful tips on how to support a team-based learning culture

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In a fast-moving business world even big organizations feel the pressure to innovate and quickly produce valuable solutions. If they take too long in bringing a product to the customer they can be overtaken by a faster moving competitor. One powerful way for companies to compete is to establish a team-based learning culture – teams that are able to learn and act effectively. This blog post should provide you some powerful details on why it is important to learn together and 10 tips on how you can support this process of working in your agile team. Continue Reading →

Top 20 Agile Books for Software Developers

20 agile books for software developers

In one of my last posts I published the Top 30 Agile Books for Scrum Masters. I was collecting a list of the best agile books from various social channels and I received so much feedback that I divided the books into different categories: Scrum Masters, Product Owners, Agile Developers, Leadership & Agile Coaching. In this blog post I want to show you the result of the best 20 Agile Books for Software Developers. Continue Reading →

Top 30 Agile Books for Scrum Masters

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For several weeks I was collecting a list of the best agile books for scrum masters. I started to ask some communities on social networks where I got a lot of feedback! The contribution was so high that I received more than 100+ unique books. I decided to divide them into 5 different categories – Books for: Scrum Masters, Product Owners, Agile Developers, Leadership & Agile Coaching. In this blog post I will start with the Top 30 Agile Books for Scrum Masters. Continue Reading →

The LEGO® – Retrospective

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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 →