In April I wrote a FrontRowAgile post looking at the new words created around the adoption of agile.
I am genuinely interested in the new lexicon introduced by disruptive change and seemingly from the number of comments other people are too.
I listed my top ten favourite anti-agile terms and received several additional contributions in the comments.
At the end of February, I wrote my final FrontRowAgile post in the four-part Product Owner series.
To conclude the set of posts I looked briefly at the pragmatic considerations, covering the people who fill the role, the wider change needed and some great reference books.
My latest FrontRowAgile post describes anti-patterns frequently seen with the Product Owner role in Scrum.
I have used real examples that I witnessed whilst coaching Scrum teams. I look forward to hearing further examples from others (and getting to avoid them myself).
This is the third post in the series of four on the role of a product owner, thank you to Jessica Lee (BizBuzzContent) for managing the process. The last in the series will be published later this month.
Due to the excitement of the new year, I forgot to mention that my third Front Row Agile post was published on January 3rd.
The great news is I like the graphic and I have had some interesting and challenging comments to respond to. The less good news is it is still a very long post, apologies, I must work more on shortening them.
This is the second post in the series of four on the role of a product owner. This post examines the day-to-day activities of a product owner within the context of a sprint.
Thank you again to Jessica Lee from BizBuzzContent for editing the post and helping with the process.