At various times in a person’s life they may react to change in many different ways. Johnson provides a classification akin to mice and their cheese. The 4 rodent behavior types are: Sniff – “sniff’s out change early” – this rodent senses that change is coming and prepares early looking for new cheese. Scurry – […]
The Tar Pit There is good and bad in large system design and implementation. They are what keeps us going. Creativity of design and programming and the need to be perfect every time. The Mythical Man-Month Estimating is hard and futile. Disasters are common. (1) estimating is poorly developed and predicated on ongoing success. (2) […]
I recently wrote a short article on the different types of standup meetings. I hope you find it useful as it is less than a page.
I should not have to justify Kanban. If you’re reading this then someone has already decided that this is the way of the future. There are plenty of images of Kanban boards on google and other search engines. It’s pretty simple to implement basic and advanced boards. The complexity comes from lack of discipline to […]
I just started this site. It was inspired by a number of recent events. The best place to read about that is the about page and a recent blog post. In the coming weeks I’m going to reprint the Agile Manifesto (which I have to check for licensing issues before doing that) and then I […]