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Why you need a Squad Health Check and you didn’t know

Have you ever heard about the Scaling Agile @ Spotify (or the so called “the Spotify model” or “the Spotify process“)? Well, I am not a big fan of it, but some principles, adapted to the different companies structures, have… Continue Reading →

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Theory about technical leadership

The best way to improve the quality of our work is to learn and keep up to date on new theories. And that is not all: even revising our knowledge is a good practice. I worked in agile teams for… Continue Reading →

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Hiring, promoting and firing effects on culture

We are used to think that hiring a new person, if he is valid, is new power for the company. Firing or not firing an employee avoid problems, increase performance and frees a place that can be replaced with someone… Continue Reading →

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On culture

Again, again, I knoooow, it is a lot since last post. I am changing company (again, sigh), so yes, I had to spend all my holidays, meaning that on February I went in Belgium, I did a coast to coast… Continue Reading →

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µCon 2018 – Day 1 – Part 2

Previously on the blog: in my previous post I spoke about the first three talk, two of them about chaos engineering. The fourth talk was “Stop Bashing Orchestration! And Long Live Choreography!” by Martin Schimak (blog – twitter – linkedin) started… Continue Reading →

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µCon 2018 – Day 1 – Part 1

Monday and Tuesday I was at the µCon, the microservices conferences hosted in Codenode. I was so excited that in 2 days I took 19 pages of notes (and I am a person that writes with very small fonts). I… Continue Reading →

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Team and employee engagement

“At a software services firm, a 50% increase in team familiarity was followed by a 19% decrease in defects and a 30% decrease in deviations from budget. On audit and consulting teams, high familiarity yielded a 10% improvement in performance,… Continue Reading →

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The crisis of democracy in (technology) companies

Companies are made by men and women who work together for creating value that leads the company to have profit. Blah blah blah. The last leaf in the company is the employee, the worker, that is doing his job. In… Continue Reading →

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About SCRUM team size

It has been a long time since the last post. This basically because I changed the company for which I work, and I needed a lot of time to integrate and to fix other issues. I am going to speak… Continue Reading →

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