Posts tagged with: decision making

9 komplexithoden for agility to succeed in complex environments

This post is part two to summarize methods to be used when working in complex environments and outlines 9 komplexithoden for agility. By reading you get an impression what is necessary to support agility in complex environments… in my opinion...
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Efficient group decisions using the 7 levels of decision making – an agile coach must have

A key success factor for efficient team work is to be able to make decisions (and in an efficient way). Best fully supported by every team member. Learning how to best facilitate decision making is an important skill for an...
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Delegation Poker and Delegation Board – to clarify roles and responsibilities and foster faster decision making

Overview Maybe you already know the Delegation Poker game by Jurgen Appelo. We Taken from Jurgen Appelo’s Delegation board description differentiate the following 7 levels of delegation: 1 – Tell – you tell how it has to be done, you decide 2...
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Avoid technical debt and address software architecture in Scrum with the help of team architects

Background It took us some time to figure out a good way of handling architectural topics within our Scrum environment. In this post I’d like to share how we deal with technical debt vs. feature development, how teams contribute to...
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