Brilliant NLScrum meet up yesterday. A lot of people, probably more than initially expected, great food and a lot of interesting conversations in the open space. Hosted at Capgemini, a beautiful location with lots of room (insert open space joke here..).
The program was as following:
- Open Spaces
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“The panacea ( /pænəˈsiːə/), named after the Greek goddess of healing, Panacea, also known as panchrest, was supposed to be a remedy that would cure all diseases and prolong life indefinitely. It was sought by the alchemists as a connection to the elixir of life and the philosopher’s stone, a mythical substance which would enable the transmutation of common metals into gold.“
More and more teams ask help implementing Kanban. Some of them have experience with agile. Others don’t or are just starting. The experience a team has is usually not that important to me in this stage though. Here’s why: Continue reading Panacea
Cliches I picked up here and there… This list might grow in time.
The question is not if the glass is half full or half empty, but: