My most popular posts of 2022
2022 was the year I started my own business as a solopreneur. 2023 is the year I will start writing more than ever (I intend to write two posts per week!).
Here are my ten most popular posts of 2022 in terms of views.
Hofstadter's law: it always takes longer than expected, even if you take into account Hofstadter’s law.
Nothing good ever happened after I went into a meeting room to create our RACI. All that happened is that we planted our flags and made it easier to point fingers at each other instead of making the right thing happen.
I wrote this piece to reflect that I always encounter Scrum monstrosities in the wild and what conclusions we can draw from this.
A practical piece where I answered audience questions regarding refinement and collated all of my answers together in a single piece.
Most Product Owners, unfortunately, don’t own the product but are Puppet Owners where someone else is pulling the strings.
I described an empirical approach of introducing Scrum gradually, so you can invite team members to discover and learn how the different parts of the framework fit together.
What are the different ways you can scale the Product Owner role? What are the advantages and downsides of the different approaches?
Olina Glindevi and I collaborated together on this article, and it was a resounding success! I love the illustrations, and I hope they will help Scrum Teams worldwide to look at their Sprints (and Scrum) differently.
How do you handle multiple Scrum Teams effectively as a Product Owner? Enter the Way of the Lazy Product Owner.
In this article, I try to show how the Product Owner accountability is one of the weak spots of Scrum. It won’t be fixed, as there is too much money in certifications, and nobody wants to rock the boat (and update all those training materials).