Monthly Archive: November 2011

Nov 16

The Real Job of Leaders

Word count 1277, Time to read: 15 mins, Published 16 November 2011 In the previous newsletter I started to talk about motivation as that was a subject that a number of you requested as a place to start in our work together.  Since writing that installment I have been reflecting on a number of themes …

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Nov 15

The 12 Agile Principles for Software Development

Here is a reminder of the 12 Agile principles for software development.  These have been recreated here for your convenience.  It you would like to go straight to the origin of these principles then please click here.  And yes I have corrected the americanised spelling 🙂 1. Our highest priority is to satisfy the customer …

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Nov 10

Scrum Ceremonies: Sprint Review

Definition of the sprint review   The sprint review is held at the end of every sprint.  This where the team demonstrate the next increment of the product to be delivered.  The meeting is intentionally kept short and informal as the formalised part of  the review will have already taken place.  The way in which …

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Nov 07

Leadership Development Newsletter no 1

Motivation: the differentiating factor between leaders and managers Total Word count: 1089 Max Time to read: 10 minutes Sent 26 October 2011 John Kotter the esteemed professor of leadership at Harvard Business School once remarked in one of his articles: “No one has yet figured out how to manage people effectively into battle; they must …

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