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The GIST Board — A New Way to Do Planning and Execution
Ever since I started writing about the GIST framework (Goals, Ideas, Steps, Tasks) and helping teams implement it, the question the comes up the most is “what tool should we use?” While I don’t think tools are are as important as we tend to think, in this post I’ll give you a few options, including a new tool that I think you should know about — the GIST Board.
work  task  planning  gist 
3 days ago
Susanne Husebo thread on high performing agile teams
Great list of observations about characteristics of high performing agile teams.
agile  management  culture 
november 2018
Get your feet wet with domain-driven design: 3 guiding principles
Domain-driven design (DDD), a software development technique first proposed by Eric Evans, includes strategic, philosophical, tactical, and technical elements and is related to many specific practices. I've written about why you need DDD (even though you think you don't), but the question after deciding to use it is—how do I learn DDD?

While the full explanation would take a couple of 500-page books, the essence of DDD is profoundly simple: capture the domain model in domain terms, embed the model in the code, and protect it from corruption. We can understand these concepts and put them to good use right away. While this level of understanding is somewhat shallow, it is still useful—and it might be refreshing enough to take the plunge.
ddd 
july 2018
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