Scrum is great. It brings order to the developer’s life and brings a lot of visibility to the lives of project managers all around. It becomes an almost magical solution for leaders of development groups – can’t deliver on time? Use scrum. Need visibility for management? Use scrum. Quality issues? Use scrum. Communication among the… Continue reading Linting our way to continuous deployment
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Innovation has to be encouraged continuously and finding ways to do that successfully are one of the challenges of engineering leaders. Defining culture -which I surely have to write a post about, Is great to show people the path to be taken, but setting innovation as one of the main values of the culture isn’t enough. Giving people… Continue reading Technical backlog- A way to encourage innovation
A friend of mine once asked me if he’s ready for becoming a team leader :”Look. I’m pretty good as a scrum master.Probably tasking and solving problems comes easy to me”. Well, being a fixer is a good quality for a leader but not the important one. Being a problem fixer (see the great movie of… Continue reading Advises I give my team leaders
Talked about Do’s and Dont’s implementing agile in your company through a failure story. Thanks 90min for having me – great Talk!
This is one of the most important things I have learned : change needs to be managed. Sounds simple, no? Actually, change management done correctly will be one of the toughest tasks as a manager. Decisions is part of the job but to take the right one and execute it as you planned is the stuff… Continue reading The right way to make a change- Creating your change architecture
Actually The first time you will talk with your CEO won’t be probably the first time… You have met him in your interview for the job but in that time you were under the spotlight. You’ve been asked what have you done before , what is your management vision and questions he considers as important to determine if you… Continue reading Your first talk with your CEO