The most important part of Agile Software Development is the Agile Manifesto. Whenever I start working with a new team, I always start with the Agile 4 values and 12 principles from the Agile Manifesto. Agile Manifesto Card Activity I came across a great activity created by Samantha Laing and Karen Greaves of Growing Agile … Continue reading Agile Values Activity and Poster
I (Jéan) recently collaborated with Talia, Sketching Scrum Master, to produce a cheat sheet of sorts for my work on storytelling as a strategic enabler. I’ve always found great joy in learning from everyday things. Inspired by the magic of narrative and how concepts from it could be applied to my industry and professional skill … Continue reading Campfire Business Analyst – Guest Jéan Raath
Angie Doyle (Linkedin | Twitter) and I were honoured to be accepted to Agile India 2019. Exploring India We did some exploring before the conference and were inspired by the culture, colours and people. We went on an excellent tour to Mysore with Unventured. A trip to Bangalore wouldn't be complete without a visit to markets … Continue reading Agile India 2019 – Building an intentional team culture
Kent Beck 3X Model discussion and summary
A collection of sketchnotes from the Agile Africa 2017 conference
Sketchnotes and visual summaries from Agile2017 - a collection of agile wisdom from around the world...
Sketchnotes from the Regional Scrum Gathering in South Africa, Cape Town
I really do think visually. Here's proof. I had a retrospective with my team this week and this is how I planned it: Before the session I just used this plan to sketch out the techniques on some flip chart paper or the whiteboard. I kept this open as a reference. I used the 5 stage … Continue reading Planning a Retrospective