In my first book excerpt, I described the idea behind the heat model. Here’s the model itself.
In the “turning up the heat” model, we differentiate between 5 different levels of heat: burning, cooking, cooling, congealing, and solidifying. It takes effort and energy to maintain any level of heat. The dissipation of heat in teams can [...]
[ June 17, 2009; 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm. ] June 17, London: the next free CATeams clinic. Drop by and talk with us about your problems. More info here.
I’m on the road right now, and don’t have time to write a long post, but I don’t want to withhold this interesting insight from you.
Last week, I attended the first Swiss Lean/Agile/Scrum conference. As usual, the Swiss take a long time to catch up with new ideas and technology, but when there’s money to [...]
Last weekend, I attended the Agile Coaches Gathering, which was held in Bletchley Park. I met many old and new friends, and had an enjoyable time. Thanks to Rachel Davies and Mike Sutton for organizing it!
A very interesting incident took place at the gathering, one that got me thinking about the practical application of my [...]