EN FRANÇAIS : Le pouvoir du management visuel

Raz la casquette de Jira? Les outils de management de tableaux virtuels sont pratiques, mais dans un certain sens, ils troublent la communication d’une Ă©quipe. Lorsque l’équipe possĂšde une certaine maturitĂ© cela ne pose plus de problĂšme, mais avant
 Bastien est convaincu qu’un tableau physique est un vĂ©ritable avantage pour augmenter la communication, l’agilitĂ© et le fun au sein d’une Ă©quipe.

Links:
https://leanpub.com/agiletoolbox-visualizationexamples

About Bastien Naudé and Tim Bourguignon
Bastien is a software developer and scrum master for a french company based in Paris. Since he joined the company after his studies, his team introduced scrum, then scrumban and is now experimenting with kanban.

You can connect with Bastien Naudé on LinkedIn, or follow Bastien Naudé on Twitter.

Tim Bourguignon is a full time geek, agile developer and BS-hunter. International speaker and avid writer, he is curious- and creative-minded, eager to search, teach and talk
 and has been doing this for as long as he remembers. Tim is the author of the Developer’s Journey podcast where he interviews developers from all around the world to find out what it takes to become a better developer. Tim is the occasional host of other podcasts like the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast.

You can connect with Tim Bourguignon on twitter or visit Tim Bourguignon’s website to see what he is up to.

EN FRANÇAIS : DĂ©velopper le “servant-leadership”, une tĂąche difficile

Pourquoi est-il si difficile de quitter le carcan du command & control? Pourquoi peinons-nous encore en 2017, Ă  transmettre l’idĂ©e du servant leadership? Oana Juncu apporte sa pierre Ă  cet Ă©difice. Elle nous parle de biais cognitif et de culture industrielle mais aussi de bĂ©nĂ©fices et d’impact. Elle nous confie Ă©galement les deux outils qu’elle considĂšre comme les plus efficaces pour aligner une culture d’entreprise avec le servant-leadership.

Links:
https://oanasagile.blogspot.de/2015/10/manage-like-pirate.html
https://www.greenleaf.org/what-is-servant-leadership/
http://play14.org
https://agiletestingdays.com

About Oana Juncu and Tim Bourguignon

Oana likes to present herself as a Business DJ, mixing whatever practices, from Agile and Lean(Startup) to storytelling , User Experience and neuroscience. In her day to day Oana helps teams and organisations unfold creativity, become proud of their achievements, and delight their customers.

You can connect with Oana Juncu on LinkedIn, or follow Oana Juncu on Twitter. Oana’s website can be seen at coemerge.com and her blog at Agile thoughts and things.

Tim Bourguignon is a full time geek, agile developer and BS-hunter. International speaker and avid writer, he is curious- and creative-minded, eager to search, teach and talk
 and has been doing this for as long as he remembers. Tim is the author of the Developer’s Journey podcast where he interviews developers from all around the world to find out what it takes to become a better developer. Tim is the occasional host of other podcasts like the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast.

You can connect with Tim Bourguignon on twitter or visit Tim Bourguignon’s website to see what he is up to.

En français : coach l’esprit ouvert avec Nicolas Umiastowski

Est-ce qu’un projet fonctionnant exactement comme le dit le Scrum Guide, est agile? Dans cet Ă©pisode, Nicolas Umiastowski nous partage son expĂ©rience de coaching. Une expĂ©rience faite de tĂątonnement, d’observation, et de beaucoup de bon sens. Nicolas prĂŽne de laisser la place Ă  l’expĂ©rimentation, Ă  l’initiative. Il encourage Ă  lire entre les lignes et privilĂ©gier l’humain.

About Nicolas Umiastowski and Tim Bourguignon


Nicolas is 40 year old. He is a French agile coach, specialized in Scrum and Kanban with a strong experiences in Digital and web projects. He likes Design thinking, storyboarding (especially paper prototypes), getting real feedback from real users, and helping the team to reach symbiosis, and to find meaning in what they do. He is absolutely passionate about agility, but aware that depending on the context (as a consultant), agility can be different from one company to another.

You can find Nicolas Umiastowski on twitter, and follow his blog in french: Nicolas Umiastowski in french.

Tim Bourguignon is a full time geek, agile developer and BS-hunter. International speaker and avid writer, he is curious- and creative-minded, eager to search, teach and talk
 and has been doing this for as long as he remembers. Tim is the author of the Developer’s Journey podcast where he interviews developers from all around the world to find out what it takes to become a better developer. Tim is the occasional host of other podcasts like the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast.

You can connect with Tim Bourguignon on twitter or visit Tim Bourguignon’s website to see what he is up to.

En français : Produit et projet, un dilemme avec Issame El Kharbili

Que faire quand un projet cannibalise un produit? Quand le Product-Owner joue le rĂŽle d’un project-owner? Dans cet Ă©pisode, Issame El Kharbili nous emmĂšne dans le monde du produit, de la vision et de la gĂ©nĂ©ration de valeur. Il nous prĂ©sente quelques outils permettant de remettre la valeur au centre de la discussion. De crĂ©er une vision claire et prĂ©cise pour toute l’équipe. Et de recentrer un produit sur son/ses atouts principaux.

Links :
http://www.romanpichler.com/tools/product-roadmap
http://uxmastery.com/how-to-create-a-customer-journey-map
https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2015/01/all-about-customer-journey-mapping

About Issame El Kharbili and Tim Bourguignon


Issame El Kharbili worked as a software architecture consultant for 5 years before seeing the light and switching gears toward agile coaching. Issame has been a coach for 3 years now, developing more passion for it day after day.

You can link with Issame El Kharbili on LinkedIn and connect with Issame El Kharbili on Twitter.

Tim Bourguignon is a full time geek, agile developer and BS-hunter. International speaker and avid writer, he is curious- and creative-minded, eager to search, teach and talk
 and has been doing this for as long as he remembers. Tim is the author of the Developer’s Journey podcast where he interviews developers from all around the world to find out what it takes to become a better developer. Tim is the occasional host of other podcasts like the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast.

You can connect with Tim Bourguignon on twitter or visit Tim Bourguignon’s website to see what he is up to.

En français : Remonter la chaßne de commandement avec Alexandre Thibault

Avez-vous dĂ©jĂ  repĂ©rĂ© des situations qui, lorsqu’elles apparaissent, vous donnent immĂ©diatement l’impression que quelque chose de nĂ©faste couve? Une sorte d’anti-pattern dans vos Ă©quipes? Dans cet Ă©pisode, Alexandre Thibault vient nous montrer quelques cicatrices, et nous conter son expĂ©rience passĂ©e Ă  coacher des Ă©quipes agiles.

Links
http://www.danpink.com/books/drive
http://liberteetcie.com/entreprise-liberee
http://enjoyagile.com
http://www.benextcompany.com
https://schoolofpo.com

About Alexandre Thibault and Tim Bourguignon

Alexandre is a Canadian computer scientist that became ScrumMaster and Agile Coach after 15 years as a programmer. For 4 years now, he helps directors and managers creating work environments where team members are engaged in their work using intrinsic motivation.

You can link with Alexandre Thibault on LinkedIn and connect with Alexandre Thibault on Twitter.


Tim is a full time geek, agile developer and BS-hunter. International speaker and avid writer, he is curious- and creative-minded, eager to search, teach and talk… and has been doing this for as long as he remembers. Tim has been working on a project called Developer’s Journey (www.devjourney.info) lately, where regularly sharpens his podcasting skills talking to whoever is willing to about what it takes to become a better developer.

You can connect with Tim Bourguignon on twitter or visit Tim Bourguignon’s website to see what he is up to.

En Français : Faire une pause pour mieux sprinter indéfiniment avec François le Rolland

Scrum nous pousse Ă  travailler en « sprints ». Est-ce vraiment sain de sprinter sur la durĂ©e ? Et surtout, est-ce vraiment possible ? Un des 12 principes du manifeste Agile est bien de crĂ©er un rythme de dĂ©veloppement soutenable indĂ©finiment. Dans la pratique, il faut bien s’arrĂȘter de sprinter de temps en temps. Dans cet Ă©pisode, François Le Rolland nous prĂ©sente un jeu qu’il utilise avec son Ă©quipe pour faire une pause entre deux sprints, et se regrouper avant de repartir Ă  l’attaque.

About François le Rolland and Tim Bourguignon


As a team leader, François organizes and facilitate the daily work of 7 people. His priority is to bring the right tool for the right job.

You can link with François le Rolland on LinkedIn and connect with François le Rolland on Twitter. Or visit François le Rolland’s web site.  


Tim is a full time geek, agile developer and BS-hunter. International speaker and avid writer, he is curious- and creative-minded, eager to search, teach and talk… and has been doing this for as long as he remembers. Tim has been working on a project called Developer’s Journey (www.devjourney.info) lately, where regularly sharpens his podcasting skills talking to whoever is willing to about what it takes to become a better developer.

You can connect with Tim Bourguignon on twitter or visit Tim Bourguignon’s website to see what he is up to.