Month: November 2015

  • Constraints to Improve Flow

    In my work with software teams, I often use traffic flow as an analogy. It is an extremely accessible way to describe the concepts of capacity, flow, and utilization. We all seem to have experienced traffic in one form or another and even the smallest localities have their share of traffic jams. Most people appreciate […]

  • Unconferencing #NoEstimates

    A little over a week ago, Paul Boos hosted the first Agile Dialogs Unconference. Our subject was inspired by the debate surrounding #NoEstimates. We hoped to get beyond some of the rhetoric and grapple with perspectives from both sides. I was hopeful that we would increase our overall understanding and generate some ideas for real […]