Recently Kate started our new cycle: “Debunking Kanban Myths” with article “Myth 1- Kanban board means Kanban method” Today I would like to continue with Myth #2: Kanban is perfect, when you have no strict deadlines, but you move tickets only. Otherwise… well, better use something else. Reducing Kanban to creating board and moving tickets … More Myth 2 – you can only use Kanban when you have no deadlines
While implementing and teaching Kanban I’ve heard a lot of myths about this method. Kanban means chaos, in Kanban you do not plan, in Kanban you never know a delivery date… and many more. Because of lack of deep understanding of this method it’s hard to see tangible benefits. Let’s change this thinking by debunking … More Myth 1 – Kanban board means Kanban method
Polish word for: “we are drowning”, is: “toniemy”. Polish words for: “it’s not us”, are: “to nie my”. It striked me recently, when we discussed issues on our project way. Someone said: “To nie my” and I heard: “Toniemy”. It touched me and stayed with me for a long time after the meeting ended. I … More Drowning Teams need space for taking a deep breath
When people, who don’t usually work in “agile way”, ask me, what’s all about “this Agile stuff?”, I realize they ask, “what’s in there for me?” What comes back then to me is time, when I was business analyst and I’ve asked for it rarely – Agile was just a natural way of thinking, which … More How Agile helps me in becoming better leader and better person?
Last Friday for the first time I used F4P (Fit for Purpose) Card for my training. I found the method in the book “Fit for purpose” by David Anderson and Alexei Zheglov and then I also had a chance to participate in F4P survey by Paul Klipp. Honestly? I didn’t expect too much, but the … More Fit For Purpose Card – more than a survey