For most people, change is not easy, indeed impossible. It’s not easy to make personal changes and it is harder to make organizational changes in groups, in our work teams. This is more difficult because the change is of course based on several individuals and it must be accepted by all. Several factors can influence… Continue reading Here, things are different…
A classic for some, something new for others, in both cases, always a pleasure to listen to Dr. Brené Brown. Hope you'll enjoy and feel free to let a comment at the bottom if you'd like to discuss about it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iCvmsMzlF7o
I don’t know if it's just me, but I have some difficulties talking about "resources" when I speak about human. I kind of jump every time that I hear that term! I prefer to talk about people, players, staff members, employees, etc. In my opinion, resource is synonymous with hardware, software, equipment, i.e., everything except human… Continue reading Resources vs People
Here is a TED Talks conference from Simon Sinek that I particulary appreciate everytime that I watch it. I would like to share it with you. If everyone had the feeling that they have this "cercle of safety" around them, maybe we could see everyone at their very best, using most of their time to express their creativity rather than trying… Continue reading Why good leaders make you feel safe | Simon Sinek
As a team, you are doing your delivery plan during the inception phase for some project. It is based on your use cases or your stories, and when it came time to determine your MVP, your PO tells you that his minimum viable product (MVP) is the delivery of all features. You then point out… Continue reading MVP, so simple and so confusing at the same time!
Very frequently, Agile coaches and Scrum Masters are asked by some managers to make their teams perform well, to be more efficient. A laudable goal, for sure, but that can be difficult to achieve if they do not also give their definition of "performant". Even worse, most of the time, Agile coaches and Scrum Masters… Continue reading Performing, one step at the time…
Fear is one of the six basic emotions together with happiness, sadness, anger, surprise, and disgust. And, most of the time, it is perceived as a negative emotion. Though, fear serves as a catalyst when appearing in a balanced way, since it makes us more alert, more vigilant. The reason why it is often considered… Continue reading Are your teams driven by fear?