5 powerful practices that are little known but work out-of-the-boxGuillaume Duquesnay
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At the beginning was the Book of Agile. From there people learnt and teach agile practices. Along the way a natural selection has come, brought by continuous improvement. Some practices were improved, some abandoned, some new one introduced.
As an agile coach I consider a personal duty to observe and contribute to this natural selection. What are the practices that works the most ? What are those that are hard to catch or don't bring much result ? Am I bringing teams the best for them ?
Looking back at my years of practicing and coaching, something struck me : some of the best practices I've seen working are just dead simple, but little known. And most them are roughly universal, no chit-chat, no bickering, no learning curve, you pick them and they're useful in your context 95% of the time.
So as a way to push forward the natural selection of practices, I'd like to share my top 5, the easiest-to-get-but-most-powerful practices I’ve seen working. As an attender, I expect you to come with all your critical mind, we're here to raise natural selection, right ? So If you hear something that didn't work for you, raise your voice, I've saved 15' of Q/A just for that.