Paul specializes in bridging the gap between management and Agile software developers. During his career he has been a equity analyst, project manager, entrepreneur and a PMO in Agile and non-Agile organizations. He loves working collaboratively with executives and functional specialists, and understanding creating frameworks of all kinds to solve real business problems.
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Succeeding With Agile Governance
Are you getting all that you hoped and expected from your Agile software development practices? After reading "Succeeding with Agile Governance" you will know how to plan appropriately, be disciplined in when to make decisions, and to separate accountability for the Market problems and Business needs.
Succeeding With Agile Teams
Are your self-organizing reams all that they could be? After reading "Succeeding with Agile Teams" you will know how to create clear direction and empowerment for your teams, to define a meaningful role for your managers, and to teach fundamental teamwork and interpersonal skills to your teams.
Join my upcoming workshop on the 24th July in Bellevue on "Emancipating Knowledge Workers - for Pleasure and Profit". I'll be discussing how to use Lean and Agile principles to create more effective teams.
If you are not ready for a full consulting engagement, but would like to see how I can help, why not consider a half or full day workshop? I tailor collaborative sessions for Executives, Product Managers, and Teams. Contact me to discuss your unique needs.
Realize the power of Lean through an engagement of between 1 and 6 months of onsite consulting. Let me help you transform your business with highly engaged and productive teams.
Do you want to know more about how Agile can help your organization? I lecture in aspects of governance and teamwork based on the content in my publications "Succeeding with Agile Governance" and "Succeeding with Agile Teams".
June 5th was my first retrospective with the team since being appointed as their Scrum Coach. One of the main challenges that the team had was that as a ‘NICE” team, they had fallen into a culture of group-think and... Read More