Useful Resources for your Agile Journey: Issue 9

How to build Microservices - the Lean way

How to build Microservices – the Lean way

I did not want to share this as the article is from 2015 and technology moves on, however the learnings remain so you can still learn from this experience for your next lean product.

The 7 Deadly Sins of Recruiting (and How to Overcome Them)

This is a great article and you will recognise some of them. For me number 7 would be my number one and number 4 is one of the reasons why there are so many wrong or misleading roles out there. Recruiters must know agile if they are recruiting for the role and educate the organisations they’re recruiting for so that they hire the right people.

Pair Coaching

As a big fan of extreme programming and pair programming I love this idea of pair coaching, the benefits of it is discussed in this blog, try it for yourself.

One-on-One Meetings with Drive

We covered Drive by Dan Pink in issue 2 and if you have not seen the video do yourself a favour and watch it, this article tries to use the findings in Drive to make one to ones fun.

Do the Oldest and Weakest Wolves Really Lead the Pack?

If you spend anytime on LinkedIn you will see a photo of pack of wolves in the snow with a motivational management message, glad to see an article debunking it. You can see a parody of that photo here.

3 reasons I avoid Women in Tech

Don’t let the title fool you, this is a great read, I am glad so many organisation are thinking about diversity.

Why Millennials Keep Dumping You: An Open Letter to Management

Not just for millennials, I see people leaving bad organisation all the timing, taking away their knowledge and with them.

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