When you don't have anything to do during the Chrismas holiday, you can read these articles and watch some videos.
Charles Leadbeater on innovation
...innovation isn't just for professionals anymore. Passionate amateurs, using new tools, are creating products and paradigms that companies can't.
Sustainable Pace: Trusting Your Teams
... There seems to always be pressure to get more work done. Teams being challenged to do more, then being asked why they took on the work if they couldn’t finish it. Managers and stakeholders disappointed when they didn’t get what they thought the team was going to deliver.
RSA Animate - The Secret Powers of Time
... Time influences who we are as a person, how we view relationships and how we act in the world.
...HATE SOMETHING, CHANGE SOMETHING, MAKE SOMETHING BETTER
...WHAT CHARACTERIZES AN AGILE TEAM?
What I Wish I`d Known When I Was 18
...Stephen provides wisdom on creativity, true happiness and internet trolling. Long, but worth it if you have the time.
The Vision, the Product Backlog and the Minimal Viable Product
...Validating assumptions by gathering customer feedback using product increments is called empirical management or inspect-and-adapt in Scrum.
The Purpose of Agile Planning
...Estimating and planning are critical to the success of any software development project of any size or consequence.
What is Definition of Done (DoD)?
...Reporting in its simplest form is the ability to say, “This feature is done.” After all, a feature or Product Backlog Item is either done or it is not-done.
...The average Scrum team delivered a 35% improvement in velocity at Yahoo  where teams properly coached delivered 300-400% improvements.
First Things First: Prioritizing Requirements
...However, if the development team cannot deliver every requirement by the scheduled initial delivery date, the project stakeholders must agree on which subset to implement first.
Did You Know?
...China will soon become the number one English speaking country in the world
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