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Doc Norton
Co-Founder of OnBelay. Agile and Leadership Coaching. Public Speaker. Author. Father. Grandfather.
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Doc Norton 1h
If you still follow it when it's hard, then you can claim it as a principle. -
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Ian Russell 21h
I’m reading by and I’ve met every one of the velocity anti-patterns over the 10 years I’ve been on Scrum teams. The most insidious to my mind is individual measurement.
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Tom Henricksen Jun 17
June's about Escape Velocity: Better metrics for agile teams on June 25th at 2 PM Eastern (GMT-4) Presented by Register!
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Doc Norton Jun 17
Don’t miss my chat with on the topic of “Escape Velocity; Better Metrics for Agile Teams" Register Today -
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Richard Feynman Jun 16
Experiment. Fail. Learn. Repeat.
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Emma Wedekind 🐞 Jun 16
Treat junior engineers with the same respect you wish someone had given you when you were a junior.
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Doc Norton Jun 16
Replying to @logitron
My pleasure. Glad you enjoyed the book!
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Doc Norton Jun 15
Replying to @logitron
An OKR per backlog item feels off to me. Stories are increments. They're learning opportunities that help us determine if we are delivering the value intended. Maybe an OKR is higher-level like what the increments are driving toward.
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Tom Henricksen Jun 15
Escape Velocity: Better metrics for Agile teams With on Tuesday, June 25 at 2 PM Eastern GMT -4 Register here: presented by and for June
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Doc Norton Jun 14
Joining you in honoring from across the pond.
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Doc Norton Jun 14
Replying to @devinhedge
No. My own book. Title collision.
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Doc Norton Jun 14
Pay less attention to whether or not what you are doing is true to the process framework. Pay more attention to whether or not what you are doing is producing the desired outcomes.
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Doc Norton Jun 14
And weren't some of them true then as well?
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Vasco Duarte Jun 13
What metrics do you use in your team? This month's helps us find better metrics for Agile teams. With and
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Doc Norton Jun 13
When someone tells you about a problem they're having, it's not necessarily a solicitation for advice on how to fix it. -
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Doc Norton Jun 12
Replying to @jookieSTL
Thank you!
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John Clopton Jun 12
Big ups to for "Escape Velocity." This joint has put into words what I've been tryna say for years.
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Doc Norton Jun 12
Replying to @r_buyer
Action is key. Speculation is preparation. Preparation produces postulates. Action assembles evidence. (Sorry for the forced alliteration)
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Doc Norton Jun 12
Love this recognition of entropy and the fluidity of context.
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cat swetel Jun 11
If I could tell one thing to all executives everywhere, I would tell them to never use the adverb "just" in any response to any question ever.
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