Food for Agile Thought #227

TL; DR: Agile Core Beliefs, Psychology of Feature Adoption — Food for Agile Thought #227

🏆 The Tip of the Week

Christina Wodtke (via Medium): Design’s Unsexy Middle Bits

Agile Core Beliefs & Scrum

Geoff Goodhew (via The Startup): Thinking Agile: Core Beliefs

📺 Robert Pieper (via Scrum.org): What is the Best Sprint Length? Can a Scrum Sprint be Just One-Day Long?

(via InfoQ): Lessons on the Competencies of Coaching from Spotify and ICAgile

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Product & Lean

John Cutler (via Amplitude Analytics): 50 Questions I Ask PMs About Data and Their Teams

Jonathan Senin (via Mind The Product): Overcoming Cognitive Biases That Reduce Feature Adoption

Oleg Yakubenkov: Why your A/B tests take longer than they should

📯 20 Sprint Planning Anti-Patterns

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Stefan Wolpers

I have worked for 17-plus years as a Scrum Master, Product Owner, and agile coach. Professional Scrum Trainer (PST) with Scrum.org.