Agile Ah-ha’s

I spend as much of my time reading and investigating the coaching side of my business, as I do in keeping up-to-date with Agile.  I also spend a considerable amount of time learning about psychology, anthropologies and general management theory..and all of the above play an integral role in shaping how I chose to interact […]

Agile Warfare

Smell: how to get boys on board and explain key concepts to them..I often find trying to explain collective ownership, courage, respect and communication can get a few funny looks from the fellas – I can tell they think I’m a hippy! So how do I convince folks Agile is not simply a love-in but a […]

Agile games – are they too much fun?

I’m here again, coaching – and trying my best to ensure I meet my commitment of making the transition ‘fun’.   I got to thinking about some of my fellow coaches and Agilist’s and the use of games-like events and realised that often the efforts in setting up and playing such games doesn’t result in any […]