What I observe is that the team focus (and efficiency) is very much related to having a clear Sprint Goal.
Outsource Your Memory or Strenghten It?
I often hear myself and others say things like “If I don’t write it down there is no way I’m gonna remember it” or “Please send me an email with this ’cause I will forget about it in a minute.”. The fact is, that we are all overburdened with an abundance of tasks we need…
Few hints on what you might expect when introducing 4DX to your team(s).
4DX: Cadence of Accountability
So you have defined your goal(s), you know your lag and lead measures and a prepared a beautiful scoreboard. Now it is the execution time.
Dragon Dreaming – first impression
My first impressions about Dragon Dreaming technique.
4DX: Focus on WIG
This blog post is based on my experience with 4DX (4 Disciplines of Execution) framework (check this blog post if you are new to 4DX). This time we will learn about the first step of 4DX: the WIG. Focus It is all about the focus. The ability to concentrate team’s efforts on one goal. This…
It is a different game when you keep the score. It helps to be able to tell at a glance whether you win or lose. And this is why you need a scoreboard.
4DX: LAG vs. LEAD
So you want to be data-driven. Good. But if you look at the wrong numbers they will lead you astray. Uh-oh, what now?
4DX in a Nutshell
A crash course in 4DX (4 Disciplines of Execution) – a powerful framework for getting important things done in the midst of urgent tasks.
The secret of successful meetings? It is you.
There is one host (facilitator) and usually 5-8 participants. Now, whose behavior has more impact on the meeting effectiveness?