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gpmschoirs.weebly.com Our choir in school was a group of about 55 girls at any time, organized so singers of similar voices were grouped together to create blended harmonious music. The music conductor was our music teacher who also played the piano, our guiding...

Fresh Graduates to Professionals

Fresh Graduates to Professionals

IT industry in India is a young industry. Percentage of younger people employed in this industry, is  much higher compared to other industries. Average age of an IT project team is around 25 years. To keep the costs down this industry recruits fresh graduates,...

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...

The Role of Executive Leadership in an Organisation that fosters Experimentation and Learning – An extract from the upcoming PM Power book on Organisational Agility

The Role of Executive Leadership in an Organisation that fosters Experimentation and Learning – An extract from the upcoming PM Power book on Organisational Agility

[Please read PM Power’s Enterprise Agile Transformation Manifesto,  Mindfulness for Agile Culture and Mindset – Extract from our upcoming book and Myths to sustain self-organisation in large organisations – An extract from the upcoming PM Power book on Organisational...

Empathy fatigue.. and 3 tips to handle it

Empathy fatigue.. and 3 tips to handle it

I recently had an opportunity to talk to a hospital administrator. I had met him in the context of understanding how they approached customer focus in their organization. He explained his role and the challenges his team needs to handle on a daily basis and how his...

Minimum Viable DevOps

Minimum Viable DevOps

There seems to be a growing misinterpretation of DevOps. When we hear the word DevOps, the first thing that comes to our mind is automation; continuous deployment, continuous build, and associated toolsets or we think of development and operations teams sitting...

Chow #172: Puzzled Scrum Master

Chow #172: Puzzled Scrum Master

Scrum Master Ravi was puzzled by his Scrum Team members’ sudden change in behavior. There was a tendency to commit less during Sprint planning than they were normally taking up. When probed a bit more with Team members, they mentioned that they are expected to meet...

Scrum Master’s Goal

Scrum Master’s Goal

One singular goal of any SM is to encourage ‘self-organization’. Create a ‘self-organized’ team. “Self-Organization” looks very simple from the periphery, but it’s difficult to understand it and even harder to develop.  Scrum Team(ST) and the Development...

Retro Goddesses

Photo by Color Crescent on Unsplash Who hasn’t experienced dreary sprint retrospectives? I am sure you have too – as a Scrum Master (SM), team member or coach. How you have dealt with them depends on your role and motivation. You could have taken them...

Feedback and Cognitive Biases

Feedback and Cognitive Biases

Let us start with Feedback.  From Dictionary: Feedback (/ˈfiːdbak/) noun information about reactions to a product, a person's performance of a task, etc. which is used as a basis for improvement. Feedback is one of the very important factors for the Agile...

Is defect a technical debt?

Is defect a technical debt?

Well it is and it is not. If the defect is going to be fixed right away it is not a technical debt, and if team chooses to let it remain and plans to address it later, it can be termed a technical debt.  The assumption being that the impact of the defect is...

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