We just prepared a video to explain our Agile Release Planning Workshop. The attendees of our workshop often say it is “essential” and is highly recommended to others looking to learn more about Agile Release Planning. Here’s a 5-minute video that explains the workshop a bit more. We hope to see you in the workshop — […]
Here is a 5-minute video on our Scaling Workshop. We think this 1-day workshop is the best way to improve both iteratively and incrementally toward better scaling. What is Scaling anyway? We explain the why, the activities and the results. We hope you find it interesting and want to talk more. Click here to see the current […]
First, can knowledge decay? Yes. Is it possible that you are mis-remembering knowledge, and you think you are doing Scrum right, but in fact you are doing it somewhat incorrectly? As you know, this is very possible, even likely for various reasons. Is there a magic pill to make sure everyone’s knowledge is perfect and […]
One of the key things about the ScrumMaster is that he/she has no power. No authority. Well, I remember a line from somewhere (which I cannot find now) that “the ScrumMaster has no authority”… and I understood that meant that the ScrumMaster did have the authority to help define what Scrum is supposed to be, […]
Question: What should I do if I cannot get a real Team? Answer: First, let’s assume you are doing something important. That it is the next most important thing to do at your company (eg, a release). If so, you would do best to get a real Team. And Scrum will have a bigger positive […]
Question: How can I help a distributed Team be more productive? Answer: First, one of the most important things about a small team of knowledge workers is communication. Why is communication so important? There are many ways to answer this question. In creating knowledge together, the team is always learning. As they get to know […]
Question Joe: I’ve found that an Agile Coach has been engaged to coach a Scrum Team. What is the difference in roles between an Agile Coach and a Scum Master? I thought the Scrum Master would be responsible for coaching the team? Or possibly the Scrum Master is new and/or not as effective as expected? […]
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South Africa has a big problem on its hands. Even though they make up less than 1% of the world’s population, they have one of the highest youth unemployment rates in the world. It’s a… The post Using Lean To Decrease Youth Unemployment In South Africa And Beyond appeared first on Lean Startup Co..
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Andy Rachleff co-founded the venture capital firm Benchmark Capital in 1995. In 2005, he retired to focus on giving back, beginning by teaching technology entrepreneurship courses at Stanford, becoming a trustee at the University of… The post Conference Speaker Andy Rachleff on his 35 years in Silicon Valley, Wealthfront, and the power of telling stories […]
Ann Miura-Ko is a founding partner at Floodgate, a seed-stage VC firm. She’s also a founding member of All Raise, a non-profit committed to improving diversity in both funders and founders. Among her early investments… The post Why Ann Miura-Ko is “the Most Powerful Woman in Startups” appeared first on Lean Startup Co..
FEATURE – Lean Institute Brasil is running pioneering lean experiments in agriculture. The authors reflect on the challenges of transforming traditional farming culture and the opportunities lean affords. Words: José Roberto Ferro, Ricardo Itikawa and Bruno Battaglia – Lean Institute Brasil. Graphs and illustrations: Nêio Mustafa, Lean Institute Brasil Every day, at sunrise, farm workers all […]