Archive for February, 2006

June Kim about appreciative Inquiry with 400 people

Tuesday, February 28, 2006

A couple of days ago June Kim has posted in the XP mailing list a message about Appreciative Inquiry with 400 people

I gave a talk on the 7th Java Developers’ Conference in Korea yesterday. The conference is annually held and it is one of the biggest IT conferences here. This time about 3000 people attended.

This is an amazing report, worth to read and many things to remember if you want to propose a lively talk to your next conference.


Several teams in a room

Thursday, February 2, 2006

Starting from this post, Gary Brown and others have related on the XP mailing list how multiple XP teams may work sharing the same open workspace.

Each team has a 4′ x 6′ rolling white board on one side with cork board on the other side, plus we have a couple of spares when needed. Some of the teams use XPlanner, some use Excel, some use cards, most use multiple methods to maintain stories. Most of our charts and graphs are on the intranet, so our remote customers can see them.