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John Coleman

Value is context sensitive. Almost universally, value is difficult to measure. Value can be a mixture from one/some/all of the following perspectives: market/customer/consumer/end-user organization/stakeholder/employee/reputation authentic progress towards the United Nations sustainable development goals learning in relation to the above through feedback/analytics/research/experiments reducing risk to the above, e.g., failure demand, technical mess, "sticks of dynamite down the backlog" When forecasting potential value, value is not crystal clear; it’s about the relative value of one item over another.

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The Scrum Guide added commitments: Product Backlog - Product Goal Sprint Backlog - Sprint Goal, and  Increment - Definition of Done.  

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Bottom line for that client Like anything, a little knowledge can be dangerous. Here is a report from one individual at that client...

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I read and reviewed the books. But I didn't get it. I had to attend a workshop by Haydn Shaughnessy & Fin Goulding to understand what Flow is all about.

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a case study on evidence based management for agility for freeing up capacity

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For those who use Scrum, I hope you find this two-pager of hints and links useful....let me know if you have even better ones, thank you.

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A blog post on executive leadership inspired by conversation with experts..

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Kanplexity is itself an empirical Direction of Travel.

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1000s of people, with a huge appetite for varying levels of agility, & low appetite for risk, with so much enthusiasm - is called a Scrum

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How similar are Nexus and LeSS really?

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Just how much do the original Lean and Agile grate against each other. What does John Coleman recommend you do if they co-exist in your organziation?

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