Dec 18, 2022
While preparing for this week’s podcast I ran across a recording of a presentation I did at IDEAfest 2020. The topic was the seven macro trends driving software development behavior. The presentation was crafted just at the beginning of the Covid19 pandemic but the topics are still relevant, perhaps even more relevant than they were in March 2020. So to make a long story short, I re-edited the recording and decided to share the talk with those that weren’t at IDEAfest 2020 or have blanked the last two years from their memory.
I will also post the presentation in the feed for your pleasure and to spark conversation.
Re-read Saturday News
This week we re-read Chapter 6 of Extraordinarily Badass Agile Coaching: The Journey from Beginner to Mastery and Beyond (Amazon Associate Link - buy a copy or two and give them to friends). Chapter 6 of Badass Agile Coaching: The Journey from Beginner to Mastery and Beyond is titled, Badass Agile Coaching Operating System. There are several important concepts to explore in this chapter all wrapped into the metaphor of a computer operating system.
Previous Entries in Our Re-read:
Week 1: Logistics and Forewords - https://bit.ly/3zoAYlx
Week 2: Introduction to Badassery in Agile Coaching - https://bit.ly/3hcEPMs
Week 3: The Mindset of the Badass Agile Coach - http://bit.ly/3Eu0qJu
Week 4: Agile Coaching Frameworks - http://bit.ly/3Ok60S7
Week 5: Badass Agile Coaching Agreements - https://bit.ly/3iylnKM
Week 6: Badass Agile Coach Arcs - https://bit.ly/3W4Mzzg
Week 7: Badass Agile Coaching Operating System - https://bit.ly/3hCZ86s
A quick advertisement:
Controlling work entry requires preparation and knowledge, building to establishing 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. Interested? Please email us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
The SPaMCAST 735 feature an essay on using flow metrics to plan either an epic or a sprint. Simply put the process generates a ton of knowledge and is dead simple . . . why aren’t you using it now?
We will also have a visit from Susan Parente and her Not A Scrumdamentalist column