Agile Team Facilitation

Look what I won!

I returned to work today after a wonderful two weeks off with my three amazingly fun and funny children.

Among the 180+ emails in my inbox (I got off likely, one of my colleagues returned to over 600 emails) was a link to download this colourful certificate for a two-day course I completed in late June.

Look! I’m now an ICAgile Certified Professional in Agile Team Facilitation (or ICP-ATF).

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Marginal gains for development teams

Header photo by Rob Wingate on Unsplash

Happy new year!

Human beings have seemingly been making new year’s resolutions for around 4,000 years. There is something about the year incrementing by one that somehow encourages folks to examine their past failures and vouch to do better in the year ahead.

And yet, research (and plenty of personal experience) shows that around 80% of resolutions will be broken by the second week of February.

There is a better way.

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