Food for Agile Thought’s issue #120—shared with 12,993 peers—focuses on agile trends as we have a look at the latest edition of ThoughtWork’s Tech Radar as well as at the domains of business agility in the 21. Century.
We also point at suitable agile metrics beyond velocity and at moments that reveal you’re a lucky member of a high-performing team.
Lastly, we learn how to apply product management principles to internal products, and how to make the best out of customer feedback.
Have a great week!
🏆 The Tip of the Week
(via ThoughtWorks): Macro trends in the tech industry
ThoughtWorks published the latest version of its Technology Radar, an opinionated look at what’s happening in the enterprise tech world.
Agile Trends & Scrum
Domains of Business Agility:
Evan Leybourn shares a pragmatic model for the next generation of market-leading organizations.
XSCALE Alliance): Continuous Throughput – The Principles of Agile Organization(via
Peter Merel explains that you cannot optimize what you don't measure. Traditional Agile metrics, though, tell only half the story.
Hacker Noon): 25 Hints You’re Working on a High Performing Team(via
Another classic-to-be listicle by John Cutler on what indicates a great team.
Product & Lean
Internal Product Management: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly:
Joshua James applies product management to “internal products” and considers this to be sometimes a bit strange.
Mind The Product): How High Performance Organizations Innovate at Scale(via
Barry O'Reilly explains why management processes of the 20th century running on top of management ideas from the 19th century do not work well with 21st century technology.
Conversations on Customer Feedback:
Daniel Zacarias compiled 13 conversations with leading product people on how to handle customer feedback best.
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