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Michael Küsters
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The Scrum Manifesto
The Scrum Manifesto We are uncovering better ways of earning money by getting certified and helping others to do it. Through this, we have come to value: Enforcing Scrum over individuals and interactions Proper Scrum over working software Undisturbed sprint...

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Shu-Ha-Ri: Can't we customize?
Let's have a short discussion on Shu-Ha-Ri and how it should affect your learning journey. Many people feel that " This (or that) constraint isn't right, can't we remove it or try a different approach? " Some common examples may be: " Why can't we have flex...

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Changing priorities - what to do?
Taken from yet another LinkedIn post: "My team mentioned the following: We are unable to focus on the work, resources are being borrowed mid flight, we have to wait for env to be ready for testing/deployment , priorities keep changing and worst of all ; oft...

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The 4 drivers of a holarchy
Concluding the introduction to the basis of a holarchy, let us explore briefly what drives a holarchy: The 4 drivers of a holarchy 1 - Interaction Interact with those around you. Build relationships. It's not enough to interact once. You must continuously i...

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10 Principles of a holarchy
How can you make a  holarchy happen? First, you need to establish the values of a holarchy to create a foundation, then you must establish the principles to make it "tick". Here are the principles of a functioning holarchy: The 10 Principles of a holarchy 1...

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The 8 core values of a holarchy
In a recent post, I introduced the  holarchy  as an alternative organizational structure. Let's look at the core values required to build and sustain a holarchy: 8 Core Values of a holarchy A holarchy requires shared values. They need to be applied and main...

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Product Owner: From business or from tech?
There's a never-ending debate: Should a PO be chosen from the business side - or from the technical side? Let's look into this question. What's a Product Owner? In short, the Product Owner is the person who is key to the product's success. They decide what ...

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Q&A: Our Customer says that our software is buggy?
Question : " When a stakeholder says to the Scrum team that our application has a lot bugs although the team has a good test coverage, what could be the team's take on that? " (source) Dear Saad, that's a good question. The simple answer: Tests do not guara...

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Get NEAR - Reduce Communication Debt
In a recent post, I introduced the topic of Communication Debt  as a pressing problem within many organizations. You might be are aware that you are suffering from communication debt, yet you may not know how to tackle it. Here's a model to help you get a g...
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