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CHOW #89- Letting go…

CHOW #89- Letting go…

Vishal was very excited to get to work that morning. He was feeling very relaxed after the Dussera break when he had taken a whole week off. But the main reason for his excitement was the new role he was going to take up when he is back in the office. He had the...
Making the SDLC safe – learning from the DuPont model

Making the SDLC safe – learning from the DuPont model

Recently I had the opportunity to lead an assessment of Business Excellence at one of the Navaratna units. This unit [and also others in the same organization] had started adoption of the DuPont model for safety. As I interacted with different participants in this...
CHOW #88 – The Case of the PO-ed PO!

CHOW #88 – The Case of the PO-ed PO!

Peter Cohn is the Product Owner(PO) for the maintenance and enhancement of a CRM platform in a large product development organization. The CRM platform is an industry leader unifying case management, business process management, robotics and AI-based decision making....
Future of Agile coaching – Composites!

Future of Agile coaching – Composites!

I was reading about composite materials or composites a few days back. Composites have made many improvements and breakthroughs possible – from baseball bats, to prosthetic limbs and heat shields for spacecraft. It led me to think about extending the concept of...
CHOW #87- Scrum Master sustaining Agile Practices post coaching

CHOW #87- Scrum Master sustaining Agile Practices post coaching

Deepak was a tech lead who moved to the role of the Scrum Master. He took up the role with great confidence after getting trained and certified as a Scrum Master and reading up a few tomes on Agile Scrum. The initial days were challenging as the team and the...