Kanban has emerged as a key role player in the world of project management. According to Version One’s 2014 9th Annual State of Agile survey, Kanban now accounts for 5% of the Agile Methodologies used worldwide. This is a significant stride, considering that Kanban failed to feature in the 2010 survey. In SA the popularity […]
Give the guys who no one imagines can do anything, a chance to do the things no one can imagine that they can do. Scrum promotes personal development at all level.
In fly fishing you get a fly named a Woolly Bugger, this one fly can be assumed to resemble large nymphs, baitfish, leech, drowning terrestrial insects, clamworms, crayfish, shrimp or crabs! It translates as food for many different species of fish and in my experience is one of the best ways to find out if […]
As a Team Coach or Scrum Master, conflict within a team is something we often have to deal with. Over the years I have come across a number of techniques that help resolve team conflict. Regardless of the technique you decide to use, its important to understand or try to see each individuals map of […]