We live in the world where new software products are born on each moment (just to be clear – I do not have a real statistics on that). So, naturally we have a lot of tools available to help us to build team-spirit, to organize our work and to communicate with our customers (Jira, Google… Read More Hooked on Slack
In the past few years I have learned the value of values. I don’t mean any kind of financial values, but people’s core beliefs. New knowledge is easy to get, new skills are easy to learn, but it is extremely hard, if not impossible, to change someone’s beliefs (unless they want to change it). So,… Read More A game of values
My personal favorite Scrum practice is Retrospective. You can expect to hear a lot of tips in this blog for retros and lessons learned meetings. Today I want to bring out my most used question at those end-of-sprint gatherings and that is: would you like to praise someone in the team? In Estonia this questions… Read More Would you like to praise someone?
We are used to plan all kinds of schedules, to plan Sprints and many other details in our project, but way too often we forget the most important thing – planning communication. Years ago when I was working as a project manager and learning for my PMP certificate exam, I remember that my “new thing”… Read More Communication planning