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CHOW #177 – Predictability for a multi-dimensional team

CHOW #177 – Predictability for a multi-dimensional team

My Finco is a large successful company that has been using technology to run its business for over 4 decades now. Yeddy is a Scrum Master with a team which has some people who have specialized in the systems that are running for years on the mainframe, a set of team...
Business Agility – Beyond Capitalism

Business Agility – Beyond Capitalism

Today, we have seen agile taking deep roots in the organization. While it began its humble journey when a group of techies were dis-satisfied with the process, it has now moved beyond that into every nook and corner of many an organization. So, business agility is the...
CHOW #159 – A new Scrum Master faces challenge

CHOW #159 – A new Scrum Master faces challenge

Raghav after a series of interviews finally got the job as a Scrum Master in his new company. He had a history of having worked on several agile transformations in various corners of the globe. He was told during the interview he would have an opportunity to guide a...
Implementing OKR — 7 things to ponder

Implementing OKR — 7 things to ponder

In my experience I have noticed that it’s very easy to understand what OKR stands for. Further when you have heard of nimble companies of varying sizes from Google to Spotify have implemented, you think you have hit the holy grail. To some extent, I think the...
Chow #140 – How do I structure my new tribe?

Chow #140 – How do I structure my new tribe?

Daniel looks after the supply chain product in a 60-year-old company. He reports into the Chief Information Officer. Currently the systems run on a traditional mainframe with some interfaces to the external world using UNIX gateways. The software is developed and...