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Magic Estimation Matrix – estimating effort and value in 15 minutes!

The best way to negotiate is with torsos angled, often at 90 degrees to one another. This avoids the face-to-face confrontational element whilst also allow looking at the other person’s face. This position enables having an open conversation. What we thought, would this approach also work with large group estimations on effort and value? But without the time-consuming conversations. There usually is a (un)healthy tension between those who are passionate …

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Transparency…. makes it hard to lie!

A few days ago, I had a great day where I did some ‘magic estimation’ with two teams. In 15 minutes they created an initial estimation of the entire product backlog. This was an exciting moment for the Product Owners. They already know they have a budget for 14 sprints. Is it possible to do everything they want in only 14 sprints, while the team already is in their fourth sprint? …

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Confession: I am not 100% agile!

Last weekend I returned from the south of Spain where I spent two weeks doing absolutely nothing. During this, from my point of view well-earned vacation, I did think a lot about my work. I didn’t intend to do this, but while driving in my car on my way there I made a shocking observation. I am not 100% Agile! Last week during my talk on visual meetings at the …

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Voor het eerst zonder zijwieltjes

Dat de sprint review raar zou gaan verlopen, dat was wel te verwachten. De sprint planning was namelijk al heel erg vreemd. Een stabilisatie sprint, niet echt dat er duidelijk waarde wordt toegevoegd maar wel een flinke technische schuld wordt ingelost. Hoe plan je dat? De wens van de product owner was erg duidelijk. Welkom bij de planning sessie! Om het product eindelijk te kunnen releasen wil ik dat wij …