OODA loop

OODA loop

I asked Dr. Jeff Sutherland, the co-creator of Scrum, what is the most important learning for all Scrum practitioners and trainers. He looked at me with locked on crazy eyes and said: “They must have the MINDSET of Scrum!” I physically rocked back on my heels from his focus and intensity. I was brave enoughRead more about OODA loop[…]

Scrum at Scale

Scrum at Scale

A good friend and former colleague recently emailed me: “What is your take on SAFe?” I thought others might enjoy our edited down email thread: Joe: “SAFe, in my opinion, gives good structure but slows and dissents inspection and adaption above the team level as the structure in management and up is rigid and hierarchical.Read more about Scrum at Scale[…]

Agile Homeroom

Agile Homeroom

An Agile Homeroom, or centralized agile business unit, appears to be a necessary step as agility grows across a company. We are seeing this now across the 370,000 employees at Bosch, for example. Cliff Notes version of what I’m learning in this space: 1) having a clear, easy way to see the current outputs ofRead more about Agile Homeroom[…]