Management

The Teal Conspiracy (or Utopia might just as well be around the corner)

Buurtzorg (or the potential seed?) Frederic Laloux might have done a thing or two in order to accelerate management (r)evolution with his book Reinventing Organizations. In my humble opinion his main (and timelessly awesome) contribution has been to cast a smart and focused light on some organizations many of us hadn’t (incredibly!) heard of before

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Challenges coaching multidisciplinary teams

It is a great concept this multidisciplinary thing: Create a single team with all the different people required to deliver a service, instead of having different knowledge areas doing their part independently. Make them work at the same pace. Have them focus on the same goal at a given moment. Remove extremely detailed documentation to

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Adapting the Inception Deck

Many of you are probably familiar with the Inception Deck. It is a tool to get all the stakeholders aligned at the beginning of a project or product development. The idea is to get this alignment to happen with the least paperwork possible. The Inception Deck provides a set of 10 exercises to be done

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Tribal Recruitment

What made you be part of friend’s tribe? You might believe “proximity, we grew up in the same neighbourhood” . Ok , if it’s the case your tribe is composed of the same friends you had from your childhood, that’s a good point. However, I am sure there were many other people in the same

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No todo es una Historia de Usuario

Utilizamos las historias de usuario para recoger requerimientos y poder planificar (entre otras cosas). Nos marcan qué hacemos en un sprint del trabajo en un producto, y estimadas, nos dan un dato de velocidad del equipo en Scrum. Nos muestran cómo avanza el equipo construyendo el producto. Y eso es lo queremos conseguir, saber nuestra

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