Monthly Archives: July 2014

Reflecting on Agile Open Florida

Mark summarizes the Agile Open Florida well. Can’t wait for next year!

A servant leader's lessons

It’s been over 2 weeks since Agile Open Florida happened and I’m still buzzing with the possibilities of where Florida can go next.  Not only did we hold our first state-wide open space for agilists, but we were able to have one of my favorite OST facilitators, Ainsley Nies, hold the space for us.  Thank you Ainsley for your guidance in planning and your servant leadership in facilitating.  If you want to see photos and session notes, please go to http://agileopenflorida.com/2014-recap/

Ainsley Nies starts off Agile Open Florida - thanks to Dan Feldman for photo Ainsley Nies starts off Agile Open Florida – thanks to Dan Feldman for photo

Me (orange volunteer shirt) with the SFAA agilists.

I also wanted to thank my co-organizers, Ryan Dorrell and Stephanie Stewart.  This was the first time Agile Orlando and Tampa Bay Agile collaborated on an event and I look forward to future opportunities.  I also want to thank members of the Agile Orlando community who…

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First Person Retrospective Idea

One of my Agile Project Leaders got creative and came up with special categories to use with with her Scrum team for their latest sprint retrospective.  She said it went over really well with the team.  Sharing with you all … feel free to borrow.

  • I should’ve…but I didn’t
  • I wanted to…but I couldn’t
  • I did…but I wish I didn’t
  • I wish I did…but I didn’t
  • I need help with…
  • Hey Man…thanks
  • Hey…Get off my back