Feb 28, 2021
The idea of Communities of Practice is thrown around alot in organizations, often without thinking about the goals of a CoP. Why? Organizations are increasingly becoming more diverse and distributed, while at the same time pursuing mechanisms to increase collaboration between groups and consistency of knowledge and practice hence the rapid growth of Communities of Practice. Let's explore the goals of a CoP.
This week also marks the premiere of Tony Timbol’s new column, “To Tell A Story.” In this week’s installment, we begin to explore the nuances of User Stories. Tony is a practitioner, consultant, entrepreneur, and science fiction author -- Tony does it all.
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Re-Read Saturday News
This we continue our re-read of Fixing Your Scrum, Practical Solutions to Common Scrum Problems, by Ryan Ripley and Todd Miller with Chapter 3 titled Breaking Bad Scrum with a Value-Driven Approach. You can make a good argument that values shape behaviors.
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This Week’s Installment
Next week, the Agile Coaching Code of Ethics takes center stage with Shane Hastie and Craig Smith. Shane and Craig have been leading the effort to craft a useful Agile Coaching Code of Ethics for the past year. The two have helped to pull together a diverse group of coaches, and then guide that herd of cats in order to create a first draft of the code.