Work Feedback – Anonymous

For all the reasons I posted last week about anonymous feedback for conferences, I find work anonymous feedback to be…I’m just going to say it…EVIL. The concept in theory of anonymous 360 feedback is you get a complete and honest view…

Anonymous Feedback

To extend on last week’s post on feedback ratings for speakers, I want to spend a little time on the comments received on these feedback forms. I read every single form.  I flip them over to make sure I catch any…

Feedback Ratings

I recently received all of the feedback forms from the conference in November.  In going through them, I realized that I’m conflicted on a number of topics associated to these forms.  This first post is going to focus on the…

Information Radiators Pet Peeves

Yes…I have an infinite number of pet peeves.  Let’s focus in on information radiators this go around: What’s an Information Radiator:  I don’t tend to describe myself as artistic.  I do not draw much and my designing abilities are pathetic.  However, I…

Agile 2015 Call for Submissions

Agile 2015 is now open for submissions!  This year, we are experimenting with the submission process based on previous years’ feedback.  Essentially, you now have an: Opportunity to iterate on a submission in the system before submitting for evaluation Opt-in opportunity…

SAFe SPC Training

So attending the SAFe SPC training was a long time coming.  I almost attended when I was with Santeon Group but schedules didn’t align.  When I started at Pearson, they were implementing a framework based on SAFe.  In addition, if…

Agile 2015 Program Team Meet-up

The Agile 2015 program team met this week in DC.  Phil Brock, Paul Hammond, Bob Sarni, Brian Button and myself met with the awesome crew from Elastic Communications & Events.  This was a two day event to target the following items…