Monthly Archives: November 2010

How I teach – 1

For those who will teach and for some puzzled course attendees, I want to do a series of posts about how I teach. First, the goal is not to teach. Or, clearly, the goal is neither teaching nor learning, but results, more than just action, but actual results from action). Results for you, for your […]

Release Planning

This is a short post to summarize my recommendations for Release Planning. First, release planning is what we do before we start Sprinting. It is where we plan the initial Product Roadmap and develop the initial ‘plan.’ It is pretty important. We do it just before we start doing Sprints. Some people believe one myth […]

No man is an island, entire of itself

In summers past, I have gone whale-fishing from Nantucket island. Well, not I, although I did go to beautiful Nantucket, as did Ishmael, but they never called me Ishmael. I have set out from Nantucket, as they did in former days, intent to catch a whale. Albeit mine was a metaphorical whale. So, you see […]