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CHOW #41– Buying / Selling Agile Coaching Services

You are a free-lance Agile coach based in Bangalore. You have been approached by a product development  organisation (comprising around 100 engineers in Bangalore and 20 in Pune) dealing with hardware + software for home security / smart home solutions using...

CHOW #40– Disaster Recovery: What’s the MVP?

Rani has taken over as a scrum master for the team from another scrum master who has decided move to another group. While taking up the knowledge transfer from the existing scrum master, she understood the role and responsibilities including the facilitation of all...
Effective Knowledge Transition using Agile

Effective Knowledge Transition using Agile

All agile teams have some level of knowledge transition happening in different levels.  It could start with one member coming in new or a specific module or feature within the product. Of course within the knowledge industry context is the crucial part and hence...
CHOW #39– When the stakes are high

CHOW #39– When the stakes are high

You are a senior project manager in a software start-up with around 100 engineers. The start-up has had an initial round of funding from a reputed VC. In terms of quality of work, it has been an enriching but demanding environment. Over the last two years, you have a...
Leadership lessons from a warrior

Leadership lessons from a warrior

I live in an apartment complex built for retired defence officers. I hear stories from them about engagements where their own life and lives of fellow men were at stake. While I could understand logically what they would have gone through, it was really difficult to...