In this article, I would like to introduce a simple variant of poker planning in a remote context. There are a variety of tools that enable poker planning. It is generally important to me that participants in poker planning can focus on the content and have to spend with additional tools as little as possible.… Continue reading Poker Planning – Remote & Simple
In this blog post, I would like to share my experience of visiting the Sagrada Família. I was particularly fascinated by Antoni Gaudí‘s approach to building the church. Here I was able to build up some associations with principles of agile product development, which I would like to share in this post with a dash… Continue reading Sagrada Família- Agile product development in the 19th century
In this blog post I would like to introduce the remote version of the Scrum simulation ScrumTale, which I have been able to run successfully several times this year. The simulation was developed by two Agile Coaches Lech Wypychowski and Przemysław Witka. Why ScrumTale? Before the corona pandemic, I gave a lot of agile introduction… Continue reading ScrumTale – Remote Scrum Simulation
In this article, I share my thoughts on the extent to which it is useful or not to find the perfect definition for an MVP (Minimum Viable Product) and suggest how to deal with the term MVP in the work context. Let’s start with a first definition Eric Ries: Das Minimum Viable Product ist diejenige… Continue reading MVP or no MVP, that is the question!