All posts by: Dhaval Panchal

Visual guide to the scrum framework

Visual guide to the Scrum framework is a great resource to get your entire development team on the same page and speaking the same language, as it breaks down the high-level terms, artifacts, and events in an easy-to-understand format.... Read More

Learning together as a team

A Systems modeling technique to visualize and act on deeply entrenched systemic issues.... Read More

11 Characteristics of Servant Leaders

The best leaders know that before you can truly lead your team, you need to serve your team. ... Read More

4 Habits for Strong Communication & Effective Remote Collaboration

From Hack the Crisis to the Scottish brewer using his facility to manufacture and distribute hand sanitizer, right now, humans are doing what we do best: adapting. Everyone’s coming together...... Read More

Successful Leaders Embrace the SWOT to Increase Their Agility

If the recent coronavirus pandemic upended the strategic growth plans of your organization — plans you created in the optimistic environment of an 11-year stock market bull run — you’re...... Read More

Decide how you are going to decide

Deciding how you are going to decide can be the most important team decision you can make. Clarity in your teams decision making modes can unlock your team productivity.... Read More

Scrum Master stances

Here are Scrum Master stances. Although default stance for a scrum master is to be in service to their scrum team. Where in she is identifying and removing impediments to...... Read More

Satir Change Model

The Satir Change model applies to individuals as well as systems of individuals. It is one of the cornerstones of the family therapist Virginia Satir’s work on how change takes...... Read More

Watermelons and Scarecrow management

A parable – A farmer once chanced upon a pumpkin. He carved it up to make the meanest scarecrow he could. Since he was lazy, he did not have much...... Read More

ScrumMaster as Servant Leader

“The great leader is seen as servant first, and this simple fact is key to his greatness” – Robert K Greenleaf The servant-leader is servant first, and then conscious choice...... Read More