I really like this… This applies to any type of ‘success’ you want to have in life. During my workout today… I was thinking exactly around these lines.
To become successful requires… POSITIVE lifelong habits. As simple as that? Yeh… pretty much.
If this is so true. And so obvious… Then riddle me this, what are the personal barriers that must be chiseled down?
Getting messages like this, even early in the morning on a Monday are 1000% worth it. I always like to give back a fun animation to those that send me stuff like this.
This is pretty much been true about many scaled approaches to software. It seems like it’s either/or. But there are many ways to approach scaling that do not require heavy process control installations like SAFe.
While heavy marketing of scaled frameworks has become the norm, I’m still a firm believer that custom coaching and consulting to the specific unique culture that your company has is, and will always be, the answer.
Don’t blow up your organization with an out-of-the-box solution. #nobluescreenofdeath
I loved listening to Richard Khor talk about his agile journey… especially when he gave props to Peter Saddington about being an awesome coach who has helped him! 🙂
“I had a really good coach, Peter Saddington. He got me all the things that I needed. In those two days I learned a lot from him. He prepped me for the real world.”
Ok… very much self serving… but it brought joy to my heart that I was a part of someone’s agile journey!
Keep hope alive!
You can find the list here. It’s nice to know that my second book is still doing “ok” in the business realm. At least people are still reading!
While I understand how this is (actually) quite valuable… most only see this as another mechanism for insanity.