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Enabling self-organization of Agile teams

Enabling self-organization of Agile teams

As an agile coach, I knew how self-organization manifests itself in various ceremonies. There is a brilliant blog by JV – one of my colleagues at PM Power – that elucidates the behavior of self-organizing teams in various ceremonies. I would observe the...

Risk Management: Good to Great – Part II Enablers

Sometime in March 2016, we started with the series Risk Management: Good to Great. In Part I of the series on Practices. we covered what we believe are “great” risk management practices based on our consulting practice at PM Power Consulting. As a recap,...

The 2% Masala: What I learnt shutting down a start-up

When a newly commissioned ship sails from a port, laden with valuable goods, every captain hopes the ship will navigate the tumble of the seas well and be the ship of choice, in the years to come. No one expects the Titanic journey. Every sailor that you get on board,...

Motivating teams

A frequent question or topic of discussion with Scrum Masters, in course of coaching, is on motivation. How does one motivate the team members? A difficult question, which does not have “a” right answer/ approach. As a leader, one needs to deliver what is...

Seven pillars of Servant Leadership

Often I get asked by Scrum Masters, who are in the process of adopting Agile Scrum, on references to servant leadership. How should one go about changing from “command and control style” to “servant leadership”. I used to share relevant...