Fake Deadlines are the biggest life sucking hole in the history of business. Fake Deadlines do not follow reason, they are illogical and capricious. Fake Deadlines waste the most valuable asset of a company: their people. Fake Deadlines are evil because they do not lead by inspiration, they lead by fear. Fake Deadlines cause stress, […]

To bring positive change to an organization it is vital to build a coalition, to carefully raise awareness about a better way to do things, and to do it in a way that respects management and the people in the organization. Japanese management has a unique practice that teaches us how to accomplish this, a […]

Agility is a higher concept than just Agile. One we should embrace more. When a business pursues #agility it opens wide avenues for improvement, not just through one framework or method, but an open-minded approach to get better, and never stop improving. Agility goes beyond technology, or Agile Transformations. It seeks three main goals: do […]

The philosophy behind Agile, Lean and Kanban can go beyond business projects or products to actually inspire our life, our dreams, and personal projects. Guided by this fact, and also by the writings of Bre Pettis and Kio Stark, I give you the 12 Commandments of Done, hoping they can inspire you to conquer your mountains: Thou shall […]

My SAFe Journey Before answering the question that is the main topic of this article, I would like to comment on my own personal journey to the Scaled Agile Framework or SAFe. As an Agile Coach, ScrumMaster and Kanban Ace Trainer I frequently run into the challenge organizations face to extend the benefits of agile […]

For my latest professional posts, especially those relating to Kanban and Scrum please visit my professional blog at the Kanban Latte site. I do plan to start blogging again here this 2017. Happy New Year!