The Rhineland Model resonates with the agile philosophy.
The Agile & Lean world often focuses on coaching and leading continuous transformation. Some people always feel somewhat uncomfortable with words like transformation and change, as they often imply people and organisations compelled, coerced even, to change and transform. How about moving towards coaching and leading continuous development? The Ancient Greek philosophers identified four aspects […]
Click here or on image above ↑ for PDF. Michael D. Hill introduces RAMPS as a motivation model: Rhythm, Autonomy, Mastery, Purpose, Safety. Michael even goes deep on Mastery as Motivator: The M of RAMPS. Next, Ron Jeffries sings harmony on RAMPS. With kudos to Michael for writing this up, allow me to join the […]
Use a visual tool to drive the right conversations on the right topic on the right time, and capture your vision, strategy, tactics, and evidence on a single A3, also known as the hoshing kanri x-matrix, in order to: involve everyone in its cocreation; make sure you are doing the right things; align all stakeholders to create a […]
Really love and fully agree with the gist of Jeff Patton’s Dual Track Development as well as Desirée Sy’s Adapting Usability Investigations for Agile User-centered Design. Throughout, there are different foci and kinds of work that are needed to evolve great outcomes. Yet, I don’t experience it as a dual track. Also, a dual track seems to split a joint effort […]
Remix of the 12 principles behind the Agile Manifesto. Headlines and design by Martien van Steenbergen. Also tweaked a few words to make it more general, e.g. changed “software” to “product”.
Tonic’s Rules to live by are quoted without permission from a little booklet I got at the SIGGRAPH ’93. Be kind Put things where they belong. Few are won over by misplaced, misalinged, misdesigned anything. Form, really, is a function. Be kind to the user. Observe a lot. Test everything—because sometimes “common sense” is neither. It’s hard to make […]
So, everything boils down to changing ”’human behavior”’ based on ”’feedback”’ and ”’learning”’. People give each other feedback and feedforward so the may learn to cooperate and collaborate better. So doing, they improve their behavior. We run a ”’Lean Startup”’ to pivot like crazy in order to improve our product, while the product and its […]
Now, how can you get all these Agile & Lean Product Development Topics and some descriptive texts on a single, beautiful, comprehensive, and elegant A0-sized poster?
Just say no to make your yes mean something. Spending your limited time on the things that really matter creates a more intentional and solid yes, builds trust and coherence. If you believe that you must keep your promises, overdeliver and treat every commitment as though it’s an opportunity for a transformation, then the […]