Aug 21, 2022
Flow Load has a special place in flow metrics, it is a leading indicator of value delivery as exhibited in flow velocity (throughput) and flow time. We review one experiment and propose another. In the end, you either control work entry or it controls you.
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Controlling work entry requires preparation and knowledge building to establish a path to control work entry (magic wands are normally not available) which is why Jeremy Willets and I have developed a work entry workshop. We recently delivered the workshop at the 2022 Path to Agility in Columbus, OH to rave reviews. Interested email us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Also this week we are joined by Tony TImbol and his To Tell A Story column. In this installment, Tony focuses on the impact of delayed requirements on agile teams.
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Re-read Saturday News
Chapter 6 of Coaching Agile Teams by Lyssa Adkins is titled Coach as Facilitator. As a coach, I suspect I spend more time facilitating and observing than playing any other sub-role. Chapter 6 provides a number of gems that piqued my interest more during this read than in the first.
Remember to buy a copy of Coaching Agile Teams by Lyssa Adkins (SPaMCAST Amazon affiliate line https://amzn.to/38G0ZD3) and read along!
SPaMCAST 718 features our most recent discussion with Luis Gonçalves. Luis and I talked about OKRs. We will cover the gamut; the good, the bad, and the OMG they’ve turned into annual reviews all in one session!
Luis last appeared on the cast in SPaMCAST 670.