The purpose of a Retrospective to improve the quality and effectiveness by inspecting what has happened and creating action items.
Elements that are inspected can depend on the type of work, however may include:
With a Kanban Board, slice the Backlog items and visualise work by using cards to progress them into different columns such as To-do, Doing and Done.
The Fishbone Diagram, also known as Ishikawa Diagram, Herringbone Diagram or Cause-and-Effect Diagrams, is a tool to brainstorm, find root causes and visualise the cause and effect of events that happened in a structured way.
The Backlog is an ordered list of what is needed for improvement, ordered based on size, detail and priority. It is treated as a single source of work that people would use to plan Sprints in Agile communities that practice Scrum.
The goals or objectives in the Backlog can be…
The Empathy Map is a visual tool to understand and visualise what to know about a person in 4 quadrants (Says, Thinks, Does, and Feels).
The Lite Agile Guide contains the elements, steps and tools that serve specific purposes to help individuals adapt the Agile mindset, adapt to change and progress through their changes and transformations.
Adapted from Scrum, Lite Agile is lightweight and simple framework for individuals to adopt the Agile mindset and adapt…
Disney+ launched in Singapore on 23 Feb 2021 and I decided to try it after I saw a notification on my Smart TV (LG WebOS). That notification was a solid execution and partnership with LG for launching Disney+.
Other than some registration, login and server issues I have experienced which…
Have you ever heard of Kaizen? For some of you who might have heard of it, you might have heard it from work as Continuous Improvement. How do we apply Kaizen successfully to our lives and work?
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First principles may not be a term new to you if you’re a fan of Elon Musk. He has shared this thinking as the approach he uses when understanding challenges and coming up with solutions for SpaceX and Tesla.
I’ve always wanted to write about Scrum, but I didn’t know where to start as it is quite hard to share what it is without covering it in its entirety.
There’s also plenty of shares online about what Scrum is, but some are defining the framework differently, created different visuals…