A lady video records a man seated behind her, punch the back of her reclined seat. He seems seated at the back of the plane and doesn’t have the option to recline. It brought alive a newfound renewal to learning my manners.
Could Agile incorporate reflection as a way of working in teams? Could an agile way of working make it easier to surface feedback and act on it?
Without discretion, data has raw power to dictate emptiness into lives. It brings victories that are pyrrhic at best. Data is a good point to begin to pause and ponder. But it’s often not a good idea to treat it as a finish line.
Here are three examples of the Agile principles can guide decisions on varied topics for teams
Akrasia, I read, was a greek word developed to describe “a state of acting against better judgement”
The Agile Manifesto was created in response to the dissatisfaction to the software development world but today finds applicability across industries and personal lives
Stretch, challenge and opportunities to have a proper reflection on such challenges provide fantastic opportunities for growth. Not only that. When comfort and a certain level of predictability keep company for extended periods of time, it is a recipe for disaster. A personal scare!
The new year offers us an opportunity to turn a fresh page. A fresh page that celebrates our joys, sorrows imperfections, frayed edges and fuzzy feelings.
We offer you three values or anchors to consider when you work on analytics projects. Do consider these even when you guide individuals in your teams in asking better questions of data, thereby building a data driven culture.
I am accustomed to airports, airline food and whizzing past arrivals and departures. My work makes it that way. The other day, I was tasked with receiving family arriving from abroad. In the middle of the night, it dawned on me that arrivals and departures are far more than mere transit points for travel! Arrival halls, the Read more