- An Appropriate Use of Metrics (Blog Post by Martin Fowler)
- Valve’s employee handbook is as inspiring as the games it makes (Manual by Valve)
- Stop starting, start finishing (Presentation by Henrik Kniberg)
- 10 Crucial Questions Agile Developers Should Ask Employers (Blog post)
- Management 3.0 seminar and Munich Stammtisch
An appropriate use of metrics
This article is really helpful as it gives an detailed input what to consider when using metrics. With it’s three main chapters:
- What’s wrong with how we use metrics?
- Be careful what you measure
- Guidelines for a more appropriate use of metrics
Valve’s employee handbook
- Your first day in the company
- Where to start working on
- Roles and development
- The companies core values
- Performance evaluation
For me an inspiring input.
Stop starting, start finishing
|This book already provided helpful input on how to structure my daily work better. By using JIRA’s rapid board with the simplest workflow possible I got rid of my todo lists.|
|Snapshot from Henrik’s presentation|
Some days ago I read Henrik Kniberg‘s awesome presentation – Stop starting, Start finishing – about self organization.
With beautiful pictures about his own life, smart illustrations like the one right beside and real life examples what and how to change Henrik gives inspiring input everyone who feels like being in a hamster wheel.
10 Crucial Questions Agile Developers should ask employers
This article gives 10 nice questions for checking if the company understands what agility means and if it’s the right place to work for you.
You are thinking about a change? Try the 10 questions with me – we’re currently hiring good ScrumMasters and Java Developers 😉
Managment 3.0 seminar and Munich Stammtisch
This week I had the opportunity to join the management 3.0 course. The mentioned post described some of my key takeaways.
In addition Jürgen Dittmar started the Management 3.0 Stammtisch, that I joined the 2nd time this week. Follow us … some smart topics are coming soon.