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Mar 4, 2021 14 tweets 3 min read
Posit: a "customer-oriented" flow setup can often lead to sales-oriented feature factory – which makes shifting from Projects to Products difficult. You end up with an order-taker model. The challenge comes in what you mean by "customer". Do you mean the handful of prospective customers that sales are interacting with at the moment, trying to close a deal?
Dec 15, 2020 7 tweets 2 min read
This is how organisational culture works. Something underneath the surface (not explicit or visible to individual actors) quietly amplifies conformity and dampens outliers:
This is of course, a paradox.

It’s a good thing when it comes to mission, vision, and rejecting toxic behaviour.

It’s a bad thing if it means conforming thinking, seeking “cultural fit” and making it unsafe to challenge the status quo or hierarchy.
May 17, 2018 7 tweets 2 min read
The more I see and observe of #SAFe in different orgs and different contexts, the more I find that I strongly disagree with. It's not just the poor choice of language and metaphors (Trains??)
It's not just the bastardisation of CoD or WSJF.
It's not just the rigid, enforced structure.
It's not just the rigid, enforced process.
It's not just the unbelievably stupid "normalised storypoints"...