Open Plan offices. The nuanced view?
Agile Coach & Scrum Master; the difference explained
FINALLY a nuanced view on Open Plan offices and how they could benefit certain ways of working. Spoiler alert; very much dependent on the work culture and how the open plan is designed… An open plan works when designed in the context of your team’s dynamics, work style, industry, and culture. … they don’t work if your corporate […]
Thoughts on “Een illusie armer, agile misvattingen”
Tom Cagley’s blog explaining his take on the difference between Agile Coaches & Scrum Masters is really clear and I do agree, although in practice the roles and responsibilities may blur & can overlap quite a bit from time to time. As he explains: “Agile coaches typically pursue the implementation of an organizational vision of Agile…” and […]
After reading Daphne Henning’s pulse article Een illusie armer, agile misvattingen (translated: “One illusion less, agile misconceptions”) here are some thoughts I have about the four points she makes in her article: 1. Don’t be misled by technology > Try solving real people’s (everyday) problems, instead of falling for the trap of innovating in new technology just because it […]