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Thread: #MobProgramming seems to create a really positive impact on #collaboration. Here are some resources that helped me exploring Mob Programming. I also share my own agenda for introducing it to teams. Thank you lovely filter bubble for teaching me. You are awesome!
Two very valuable #Podcast episodes for understanding the concepts of #MobProgramming with two of its masterminds. Great interviews by @timothep in his Podcast @DevJourneyFM:
Interview @WoodyZuill: bit.ly/2RVODf6
Interview @LlewellynFalco: bit.ly/2sAW40v
The Mob Programming Guidebook by @maaretp: bit.ly/2srEPih

Read this and you can start with your first session using #MobProgramming.
This document was, what got me hooked. Thanks to @timothep for showing me.
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visualizing "the work" at the program/portfolio level is one the single most powerful things a team can do to collectively improve how they work

the fascinating thing is the resistance (1/9)
#kanban #agile #programmanagement #visualization

Board Credit: @keithadam @Optimizely
2/9 Power and ambiguity. For some...power is maintained through opacity and ambiguity. Making work visible and/or making ambiguity visible is a direct threat to that way of trying to control a situation.
3/9 With visibility, there is the constant threat of micro-management. Flying under the radar is sometimes the only way to "get stuff done without people meddling. If everyone saw our roadmap, they'd keep poking holes in it!"
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Now up: Zachary Brown, Lead Data Scientist at S&P Global on #DataScience and #OpenEducation for the enterprise. Dayjob: #AI, Sidehustle: building #digital skills using #opensource #ODSCWest @School_GC
#DigitalLiteracy - Why? Effective work today requires a lot of associated learning. @linuxfoundation @github #VersionControl #Visualization -- continuous learning is critical. Optimal tools & processes are probably not the ones you are using now (Matlab vs. Scikit-Learn)
Need an evolving understanding for what tools are available today to get your work done. If you want your business people to work with your #datascience team, they need to understand what data is and what it can do. Also helps to avoid chasing buzzwords and bling.
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