It bums me out a bit how much scrum masters tend to stick with one methodology – a methodology they learned, usually, at a two-day class. I’ve got nothing against the two-day scrum class. The basics are actually quite good. If used properly, those methodologies will reveal issues a team is having. But a scrum […]
A few tips to make sure you get the right resources from your vendor for Time & Materials contracts.
The manager of one of our stores slacked off this summer. We’re not sure why. It could have been personal issues, disinterest in the job, dislike of the people who work for him, or their dislike of him. Who knows? Whatever, he lost focus. Schedules and time sheets went unfinished and merchandise never got unpacked. […]
I smooshed a squirrel while moving the BBQ grill yesterday. I didn’t know he was hiding under there when I started to move it. But then I heard him squeal. I guess he fell out of the oak tree above it and, waiting to clear his head before re-ascending, was hiding, traumatized. It was traumatic […]
There’s an approach for giving feedback out there that says you should only talk about what you feel and observe, and not assume or imply the other person’s intentions. A tennis metaphor is used: “Don’t jump the net,” meaning, when giving feedback, say what you see, not what you think the other person’s motivation was. […]
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Joe being Joe . . . https://twitter.com/timjhogan/status/1515408175746404355
Man, this is so good.