agile-coach Tag

I recently attended a coaching brown bag featuring a conversation with Chris Neesham who offers  business psychology consultancy specialising in leadership development, organisational psychology and international speaker.  I quite enjoyed hearing how Chris career had evolved and commend his philosophy and key values that are the foundation for...

Today I did a presentation on The Art of Having Difficult Conversations and in one of the exercises where we touched on using retrospectives to work through 'an elephant in the room', a participant shared how a retrospective went terribly wrong. Unfortunately I hear all to...

Join Agile coach Stephanie Bysouth in a conversation about Agile Coaching.What is it? Why does it help? Chris Collins also joins Stephanie to talk about what it's like to be coached. An Agile Coaches journey often starts long before one claims the title. Lean Agile Coaches...

This Retrospective technique is focused on visualising individual votes, opinions or feelings. By using a simple visual metaphor of a see-saw you can capture the essence of the teams position and quickly highlight weather things are out out of balance or weighted evenly. I recommend creating...

kicking off the Melbourne Agile Coaching meetup group, the session was a sharing of experiences and exercises to help coaches improve their self awareness, coaching knowledge, and agile facilitation skills. ...

As part of a facilitation peer learning group the below probing questions and communication guides were past around. It's a good summary to help an agile coach drive 'smarter thinking' among the team. Recently a facilitation peer learning group shared a list of 'probing questions' and...

Retrospectives are the art of the inspect and adapt cycles in iterative agile development. They can be done well or poorly just like any workshop but there is a simple approach checklist that will assist you to facilitate for greater team retrospection. Diana Larsen and...