How to use Agile to make Covid-19 Confinement productive – by Peter Chadwick
Today, I have a very special guest for you. He is not only a very good friend of mine and we know each other for decades. He’s also an expert project manager, trainer, coach… and a pilot. So, here is my friend Peter Chadwick and his take on how to make the Covid-19 confinement productive and reduce stress and worry thanks to 3 cool concepts from the industry. He’ll give you a concrete and easy to understand example, plus – at the end of the video – the bonus that this concept can bring to our well-being whilst in confinement.
The 3 key Agile concepts presented by Peter:
1) Short time frames of about 2 weeks
2) MVP (minimal viable product) which the team should deliver after each loop
3) Agile unifies people and empowers the team
Bonus Agile can bring whilst in Covid-19 confinement:
1) Whilst in confinement, to decide on working on small family projects can be a great boost to moral and avoid the feeling of uselessness.
2) Getting together, working together on a project and achieving and celebrating its result together can be a great contribution to our well-being.
3) To work on those long procrastinated projects clears our minds so that we get ready for the time and the tasks after confinement.
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About the Author
We proudly present our partner and guest author on CACTUS COMPETENCE – Peter Chadwick. Peter is not only a very good friend of mine and we know each other for decades, he is also an expert project manager, trainer, coach and pilot.
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