[For this series, it will help to have read "System Dynamics and Causal Loop Diagrams 101."] Over the years I have come to regard projects as a boat in…
[For this series, it will help to have read "System Dynamics and Causal Loop Diagrams 101."] "...ye who enter here." So reads the inscription to the Ga…
[For this series, it will help to have read "System Dynamics and Causal Loop Diagrams 101."] In the previous article for this series, I described three…
[For this series, it will help to have read "System Dynamics and Causal Loop Diagrams 101."] The capable product owners I know have at least an intuiti…
[For this series, it will help to have read "System Dynamics and Causal Loop Diagrams 101."] In the previous article we learned how to read an importan…
[For this series, it will help to have read "System Dynamics and Causal Loop Diagrams 101."] ...work, work, work. It's what we do. "I have to go to wor…
Minimum, you say.And viable, it must be.And stand on it's own?
[For this series, it will help to have read "System Dynamics and Causal Loop Diagrams 101."] The ubiquitous employee handbook is filled with rules, reg…
Additional thoughts about signals and noise that have been rattling around in my brain since first posting on this topic. At the risk of becoming too e…
Ian Bogost writes in the Atlantic: It feels like every company and organization I’ve ever transacted with sends me email every week. Some every day, ev…
The scrum framework is forever tied to the language of sports in general and rugby in particular. We organize our project work around goals, sprints, p…
In Part 1 of this series, we set the frame for how to use time as a metric for assessing Agile team and project health. In Part 2, we looked at shifts …