Have you ever been part of a coffee break talk at a conference when you missed the planned sessions? And you didn’t feel bad about it? You actually were enjoying your talk much more than attending the planned session. You talked and talked until you felt there is no more value you can get out… Continue reading Open Space Technology, The Unconference & Facilitating Solving Complex Problems
Let me introduce you to the Cynefin framework. If you are having a hard time pronouncing it, you are not alone. It is Welsh and is pronounced as /kun-ev-in/. It is a decision-making framework. Cynefin helps you to make better decisions based on the domain you are in. Cynefin Decision Making Framework Let me start… Continue reading A More Effective Decision-Making Framework: Cynefin, A Domain Driven One!
These are my notes on Cynefin Framework. It is a very powerful framework. You can use it for any causal relationship modelling, decision making being one of them. Categorization models: Framework precedes data Sense-making models: Data proceeds framework Three basic systems Ordered Systems Complex Systems Chaotic Systems + New category: Disorder Divide order into two… Continue reading My Notes on Cynefin Framework
I spoke at the Agile Ontario Meetup on December 10th for the December meetup. I have been attending to this meetup for a long time. This time was different, I was speaking at it. The topic that I was talking about was standardization of practices and processes amongst the teams and how will or will… Continue reading Leading Conversation at AgileOntario about Standardization in Agile