A funny thing happened on the way to this week’s Software Process and Measurement Cast, I was asked about managing risk in Agile. In preparation for answering the question, I reviewed and updated some of my work on the topic. So instead of flow metrics, we have an essay on risk. That is just the chance you take when you ask me a question. Note — I have a great question on risk to ask Susan Parente, @techriskmanager, the next time we record.
We also have a visit from Tony Timbol. Tony discusses agile requirements in an installment of his To Tell A Story column.
Re-read Saturday News!
This week we tackle Chapters 8 and 9. These chapters of Badass Agile Coaching: The Journey from Beginner to Mastery and Beyond are titled An Agile Coaching Story, Parts 1 and 2. They are written by Mark Summers of Beliminal and provide great advice on how to prepare and execute coaching events.
Week 9 – Agile Coaching Story, Parts 1 and 2 –
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Luis Gonçalves is back to discuss his new book! Luis and I had a great time talking about shifting from projects to product thinking, organizational mastery, and more!