The 4 Fundamental Team Topologies and the 3 Interaction Modes in Tech

Would you be able to define your team's topology and the type of interactions your team has with others? Recently I've read the book Team Topologies (more info about the book and authors in the link) and it defines four fundamental team topologies depending on the goal and purpose of the team. Even though all... Leer más →

What can you learn from Nadal?

One of the biggest challenges all the organizations are facing nowadays is the adoption of new businesses models and to continuously improve their status quo. Sometimes these continuous modifications fall into the emptiness of implementing changes on an organizational level without certain values, principles or believes. An extraordinary way to look at it and to... Leer más →

How to be a better Scrum Master

Who doesn't want to be better? In fact, who isn't working every day to be better when using Agile? Those essential questions are good, but they are not enough. We really have to pay attention on the details, that is what makes the difference. Being a servant leader is not easy, specially for Scrum Masters.... Leer más →

The real mission of Agile Software Development

Simon Sinek, in the outstanding book of “Start With Why” explains how the successful organizations start their communication from the inside out, starting with WHY they do what they do, then they go through HOW they do it and at the end they share WHAT they do. The idea is pretty simple although, he explains... Leer más →

To Kill an Agile Bird

Recently I read the amazing book To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee. I strongly recommend the book if you didn’t have the change to read it before. One of the main characters, the father, Atticus Finch, in a particular moment of the story, says to his daughter “that he was defending a Negro by the... Leer más →

Resumen charla Henrik Kniberg, ALI2018

Volvemos a la carga en esta ocasión con un artículo resumen sobre la presentación principal de Henrik Kniberg en el evento sobre Agilidad y Lean que tuvo lugar esta semana en Dublín, el ALI2018. Si quieres saber quien más estuvo en el evento y repasar algunos comentarios de los key speakers, puedes echar un vistazo... Leer más →

Interview with Barry Overeem

As you probably know from other posts, this week I was attending the Agile Lean Ireland 2018 in Dublin. I want to use this blog to share some of my insights about the talks and the conversations with other people. In this post, I want to share an interview with Barry Overeem, here a link... Leer más →

Interview with Jeff Gothelf

--.-- (version en español al final del artículo) This week I had the opportunity to attend the ALI2018 (Agile Lean Ireland) in Dublin. I’d like to share with you some of my impressions about the talks and the people here in a couple of articles on the blog. First things first, this was my second... Leer más →

¿Puede ser bueno equivocarse?

Tras un tiempo sin pasar por aquí, volvemos a la carga en esta ocasión para comentar algunas ideas sobre implantación del cambio y mejoras en organizaciones. Por supuesto todo lo que se va a comentar se puede aplicar al día a día, no solo a los grandes giros de timón. A ver qué te parece.... Leer más →

¿Dónde entra el mantenimiento en una iteración?

Todos los equipos tienen que lidiar en ocasiones con bugs e incidencias. Esa recepción no se planea, y en muchas ocasiones, por su naturaleza e importancia para el negocio, hace que tengan que ser acometidas con rapidez, posponiendo en ocasiones el trabajo planificado para una iteración concreta. En el caso de Scrum es el sprint... Leer más →

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