Tag Archives: priorities

April – Getting My Priorities Straight (Q1)

If this were a business, I’d be in some serious trouble for only posting first quarter results 6 months after the fact. Fortunately, this is not a business. Still. Better late than never only goes so far, and I am … Continue reading

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Planning Poker for Personal Priorities

A few years ago I did my Certified Product Owner training with Boris Gloger. He showed us the value of using planning poker to estimate the priority of features for software development. This comes in especially handy in organizations where … Continue reading

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Living a Life of Value

While Scrum includes the Retrospective as an enforced point of review and reflection after every sprint, Kanban encourages an ongoing evaluation of your work processes and flow. At any given point, you can take a step back from the busy … Continue reading

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