Food for Agile Thought’s issue #196—shared with 22,452 peers—discovers seven agile coach types; we learn about the difference between ‘Agile Transformation’ and ‘agile transformation’ by following Avanza’s success story. Moreover, we warm up to the idea that there might be an alternative to stable teams in the age of self-selection.
We also learn about the confluence of lean, agile, and Design Thinking; we get our hands on a checklist for the state of agility of the product roadmap, and we are tempted to follow the idea that nobody owns anything in a product made by a team. Or not?
Lastly, we applaud Mary Meeker for releasing another edition of her epic Internet Trends report. For free.
Did you miss last week’s Food for Agile Thought’s issue #195?
🏆 The Essential Read
Bond): 📖 Internet Trends 2019(via
Mary Meeker released the 333 pages-strong 2019 edition of the Internet Trends report. Download it for free.
Agile Coach Types & Scrum
7 types of Agile Coaches:
Els Verkaik categorizes agile coach types by looking at the coach’s preferred behavior. Check whether you’re a Viking or an Evangelist.
📖 agile transformation at Avanza: a case study:
Viktor Cessan released an ebook on how he helped Avanza— Sweden’s largest stockbroker and brokerage firm—take on the challenge of agile transformation.
InfoQ): 📺 Continuous Reteaming: Adopt Self-selection and Start Moving People to the Work!(via
Julien Lavigne du Cadet discusses how he initially led a team of ~20 people from a static structure to something a lot more dynamic where reteaming happens quarterly.
📅 Scrum Training & Event Schedule
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Product & Lean
Mind The Product): 📺 Lean, Agile, & Design Thinking(via
Signal vs. Noise by Basecamp): Nobody really owns product work(via
Crisp): The Product Roadmap Agility Checklist(via
📅 Berlin, 2019-07-06: Liberating Structures 4 Scrum
Join us for an exciting day of practicing Liberating Structures for Scrum in Berlin, on July 6th, 2019. We will be exploring several microstructures, weave them into strings and apply those to Scrum events like the Daily Scrum, the Sprint Review, or the Sprint Retrospective. The workshop language will be English.
The workshop is well suited for beginners of Liberating Structures if you already have a basic understanding of Scrum roles, events, and artifacts. (However, I would not recommend the workshop to those who are unfamiliar with both Scrum and Liberating Structures.)
The workshop fee includes lunch and beverages. The regular ticket is € 89 incl. 19% VAT. There is a limited number of Early Bird tickets available at € 69 incl. 19% VAT. Lastly, if you are a regular attendee of the Hands-on Agile meetups, you might be eligible for a discount of up to € 30. (Get your loyalty card at the next Hands-on Agile meetup on June 13th, 2019.)
Get your ticket: Liberating Structures 4 Scrum — From Daily Scrum to Sprint Review (Berlin, July 6th, 2019.)
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