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Bias for action - a prescription for chaos or ...

Bias for action - a prescription for chaos or ...

Have you noticed how easy it is ... ... to sabotage an idea/initiative? By inventing countless "special cases to consider" (of the negligible meaning) and potential weak spots (to prove that the solution ain't perfect). By triggering more and more "what-about"…

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Anti-pattern: Jira as a (cross-team) communication tool

Anti-pattern: Jira as a (cross-team) communication tool

People are super-creative when it comes to using tools - in a good and ... not-so-good sense. Sometimes they dig out incredible new scenarios the tool's creators never thought about, but sometimes they twist, exploit and spoil good intentions for the…

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How (not) to speed up development

How (not) to speed up development

Software development is expensive. It takes time, requires various & uncommon skills and on top of that - the developers' salaries are among the highest ones in the company. It's also affected by hard-to-grasp, unfavorable factors like technical debt that…

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The benefit of layering goals

The benefit of layering goals

I've always been praising the value of maintaining a stable rhythm (cadence) of the software delivery - frequent, regular, habitual, nearly continuous. That's why as a Kanban aficionado I've never minded the concept of a sprint - and in particular…

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Dynamics (energy flow) of a work environment

Dynamics (energy flow) of a work environment

I love diving deep into how/when & why work is getting done. Into the differences between environments of high velocity & insane productivity VS ones where the air seems to have a consistency of a gel, slowing everything down…

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