Too big to fail – are you heading for disaster?
#9:focus – Saying NO: two variations – Robbin Schuurman (Prowareness)
“Too big to fail” is a phrase used for large organisations for a few main reasons: If this organisation fails, the whole economy will ‘fail’. Think of large banks that had to be rescued by the government in various countries. If any initiative in this organisation fails, we can keep it afloat by burning up […]
#5 Prioritizing Stories with Matthias Orgler (Dreimannzelt)
Hey everybody! We’re back with freshly recorded insights and practical tips for Product Owners, this time discussing two ways to say ‘No’. In this chat with Robbin Schuurman, he shares practical insights and tips from his own experience as a Product Owner, Professional Scrum Trainer and Agile Transformation Lead. One of the most important skills […]
Sprint Goal in Scrum: Whose responsibility is it?
In this 5th podcast we chat with Matthias Orgler, a Product Development Expert & Agile Coach from Germany. He has experience working in startups in Silicon Vally and these days together with his colleagues at Dreimannzelt he helps businesses build awesome products. When he’s not helping businesses, he can be found on stage with one […]
I have no special talents. I am only passionately curious
The elusive Scrum Sprint Goal. One of those practices in Scrum that is often neglected or struggled with. Which is a shame since Scrum Teams can benefit greatly from the much needed Focus it provides, when used properly. Recently an aspiring Scrum Master asked me: “Who makes the sprint goal? In the training we discussed the PO makes it, […]
This quote speaks to me in volumes. As a self-proclaimed generalist and highly curious person (in multiple ways), this is what I do. Turn up the passion to eleven and be curious about all sorts of stuff. Although come to think about it, it does have a bit more focus than it used to have. […]