found at Twitter by @Alijaney
There are really only two advantages to thinking that you’re better than you actually are. The first is when you’re attempting to do a difficult task. Believing that you can do something difficult is half the battle, but if you truly overrate your abilities, then by definition you will fail. The second is fooling others into thinking that you are competent.
When it comes to the future of the workplace, the only safe prediction is to say that it will be different from today—more different than most of us can imagine.
Uncertainty is something we try to avoid – whenever possible. We want to know what we need to know, to be able to come up with reliable plans. Plans are supposed to keep deviations away from us, as they could make us struggle. Uncertainty can be seen to impose scepticism, doubt, mistrust. But it is always there and cannot be neglected, so we should anticipate it in favor of more robust plans.
Office design is a great example that agile mindset extends for beyond methods and organizations.
“The Kanban Method & Enterprise Services Planning have, for a decade, offered an alternative to Agile methodologies for improving business agility across professional services organizations employing thousands of knowledge workers. This key note highlights why Kanban is the least disruptive approach to agility but the most radical alternative to Agile.” #noRevolutionaryChange #noEstimates #noIterations #noPlanning #noPrioritization #noBacklogGrooming #noDependencyManagement #noCrossFunctionalTeams