Scrum is the problem (part 1)

We all know that Scrum is practiced fairly poorly in most cases. There are tons of articles on this categorizing it as “Dark Scrum”, “Zombie Scrum”, “No Scrum”, Scrum-but, etc. etc. and the list goes on. But here is a hypothesis “Scrum, the way it is written, is the problem for why Scrum is practicedContinue reading “Scrum is the problem (part 1)”

You don’t need no mirror to your problems

There is a folk saying in my local language, “You don’t need a mirror to see a wound on your hand” and this aptly describes extremely well the problems I see in many organizations and teams I work with. A lot of organizations want speed, agility, efficiency and a host of other benefits – to potentiallyContinue reading “You don’t need no mirror to your problems”