Aug 23, 2020
The Software Process and Measurement Cast 613 features our essay on directive and non-directive coaching. DIrective coaches, akin to many athletic coaches, are a hard sell at the team level. Non-directive coaches, akin to mentors, are not always viewed as effective by senior leaders. In reality, it is not cut and dry.
Essays in the Directive - Non-directive Series
Agile Coaching Techniques: Styles of Coaches -https://bit.ly/2EwFh4X
Directive or Non-directive Coaching - https://bit.ly/2Pb364r
Directive or Non-directive Coaching: Why Everyone Needs To Know -https://bit.ly/3hmLf75
In the second spot this week, Jeremy Berriault brings his QA Corner to the cast. We discuss coaching testers. Indirectly we have a discussion about the use of directive and non-directive coaching styles. You can reach Jeremy at https://berriaultandassociates.com/
Re-Read Saturday News
Today, we re-read Chapter 12, titled Drum-Buffer- Rope Scheduling (DBR). The concept of DBR is critical to using the Theory of Constraints in real-world environments.
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The Software Process and Measurement Cast 614 will feature our interview with Jennifer Bonine. Jenifer and I talked AI and the impact of AI on the future of business. This is not science fiction, and the future is not as far away as you might think.