Agile Purgatory

Agile Purgatory
pur·ga·to·ry   noun \ˈpər-gə-ˌtȯr-ē\ – a place or state of temporary suffering or misery  – Merriam Webster Dictionary If you have been involved with any of the agile frameworks, methodologies, process, or the like for a significant amount of time, I am certain that you have passed into, though or may even be currently living in ...

Shakespeare and a blasphemer… 5

Shakespeare and a blasphemer...
Shakespeare’s play As You Like It is famous for one of his most oft-quoted speeches, “All the world’s a stage” but it is also known as the origin of the commonly used phrase “too much of a good thing”.   The actual line referenced in the play is “Why then, can one desire too much of ...

Article – “How Being Unreachable Makes Me More Productive”

Article -
Why aren’t we more productive? Those of you who are part of LinkedIn received this on today’s “Today” articles. I thought this article was interesting.  Scrum team members, getting to a point where outside distractions are limited is where we want to be…this article speaks to you.  For Scrum, I would replace “unknown” with “outside ...