I was recently asked, in my role as an Agile Coach, whether I would support a developer who really likes coding and just loves to code all day, or whether I would try to coach them to ‘more’. And… why?
In our home life and work life, we need plans. In making plans, we have the opportunity to discuss our priorities, our desires, risks, participants, and tasks. In making plans for an upcoming vacation, we talk about which cities we want to visit, which places we want to spend time at, how close to theContinue reading “Happy Accidents… living Agile Values”
The Heart and Soul of Agile is about how we work with people and products/services. As you’ll see, even though the Agile concepts were formed within the world of software development, they are general enough to apply to any type of product or service, any industry, and can even be applied to non-work settings. I love how they align so nicely with the concepts in my Quest for Deep Joy.