How to triage carrot juice damage? Cost of delay through mother’s eyes

It was the 5th “corona-morning” in our home, when we couldn’t prepare for work or kindergarten. And (of course) my daughter woke up at 6 AM, whilst during normal week we would have a fight at 8 AM trying to get her out of the bed. You know, it’s the children version of Murphy’s law. … More How to triage carrot juice damage? Cost of delay through mother’s eyes

Acts of leadership at every level. Is that even possible?

My Budapest story illustrates the last [leadership] point (…). Seeing the enhanced board made me feel that it was no longer just mine – it was the team’s, ours. And it didn’t stop with the board. For example, I might try to move work to the “Testing” column, only to be asked: “Mike, has your … More Acts of leadership at every level. Is that even possible?

Myth 4 – In Kanban you don’t know when the work is done

“You don’t have sprints, so you don’t know, when the work is done.” “You don’t have project plan, so you don’t know, when the work is done.” “You say everything is on the board? How can you know, when the work is done without Gantt chart?” Well… no. You don’t need timeboxing, Gannt charts, project … More Myth 4 – In Kanban you don’t know when the work is done