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All begins with a Lean Inception

No matter the size or area of the company, they all face questions and obstacles when launching a new product: How to start? Where and by whom will the product be used? What is really useful for the user? Which of these features are feasible? These are examples of some of the issues that arise […]

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Paulo Caroli
21 August 2019

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On planning a retrospective

Many times I get invited to facilitate a retrospective. When this happen, I typically ask a few questions to the person and then decide the FunRetrospectives.com activities for planning my retrospective steps. Please find below the questions that guide me on deciding the activities and the retrospective agenda. Is everyone at the same place or […]

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Paulo Caroli
20 August 2019

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[em BH 14/Set] Treinamento Lean Product Development: guiando a construção do MVP com Scrum e Kanban

Essa é para você, leitor do meu blog que vai estar em BH 14 de Setembro. Aproveita pois já tá acabando.  Gosto de várias formas de aprender: ler, ouvir, experimentar e trocar ideias.  Se eu tivesse mais tempo, leria mais livros, participaria em mais treinamentos e conversaria mais nos eventos.  Bom, aproveitando que vou estar […]

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Paulo Caroli
19 August 2019

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Announcing “Level Up”, a newsletter for leaders in tech

One of the greatest challenges for leaders in tech is keeping up to date with tech. I consume a lot of information these days. As a result, I want to share what I think is very useful for other leaders in tech through a newsletter, Level Up (http://levelup.thekua.com). I will share articles and trends around […]

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Patrick
18 August 2019

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Dicas para preencher o Canvas PBB

Segue  abaixo algumas dicas para cada um dos blocos de Canvas PBB. PRODUCT NAME: Imagine que este produto esteja em uma caixa; Qual é o nome escrito na caixa? PROBLEMS:  Qual é o estado atual do contexto deste produto? Quais são os problemas e as necessidades dos usuários do produto? EXPECTATIONS:  Qual é o estado […]

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Paulo Caroli
16 August 2019

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Chiasmus

You must eat to live, not live to eat – A famous line attributed to socrates If you want to make a big impact during a talk at a conference and you want that to be remembered by people, then choose to have a chiasmus. It is said that every presidential candidate of USA goes […]

Vinod Kumaar R
15 August 2019

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Coming of age

20 years ago I walked into my college with the arrogance of a teenager who knows a lot of things, with the thinking that know-how of knowledge and intelligence is enough to win anything thrown at me. Looking back I realise that I had barely memories of about 10-12 years but had the attitude of […]

Vinod Kumaar R
24 July 2019

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Book Review of An Elegant Puzzle: Systems of Engineering Management by Will Larson

Introduction When you say the word, “management,” it’s easy to drum up terrible images. Dilbert, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, The Office and Silicon Valley reinforce these bad stereotypes. Poor leadership and management is common as people transition into a different role for the very first time. As the old saying goes, “It’s not a promotion, […]

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Patrick
14 August 2019

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Vídeo sobre Lean Inception e PBB

Veja aqui a gravação do meetup na TOTVS, organizado pelo Alexandre Abdala e equipe em agosto de 2019, de dois temas de extrema importância para o desenvolvimento ágil de produtos: a Lean Inception e o Product Backlog Building com Paulo Caroli e Fábio Aguiar. Timings: Lean Inception de 4:10 a 25:15 PBB de 25:50 a […]

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Paulo Caroli
12 August 2019

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Late Mover Advantage

Many years ago, I worked with a company that helped big pharma companies distribute free medical samples to doctors. Having pharma products on-hand is a convenience for doctors and patients alike, mainly because a doctor can initiate immediate treatment for a patient. Having pharma products on-hand is also good for big pharma, as starting somebody on a medication is highly likely to lead to a prescription. So pharma manufacturers were motivated to avail free samples of medicines to doctors.

It's a regulated activity. Doctors can only get medicines appropriate for their practice (e.g., a pediatrician cannot get free samples of…

noreply@blogger.com (Ross Pettit)
1 August 2019

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Manifesto ágil do RH pela ABRH

Pessoas colaborativas, engajadas, e abertas a diversidade mais que indivíduos em cargos hierárquicos Liderança inspiradora com times autogerenciáveis e autônomos mais que controle e centralização Processos simples, claros, ágeis e flexíveis mais que engessados, rígidos e burocráticos Propósito, conexão, cooperação, competitividade e prosperidade mais que individualismo, autoritarismo, arrogância e prepotência   Durante o evento CongregaRH […]

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Paulo Caroli
31 July 2019

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Escalando Ágil – frameworks

Segue uma breve lista dos frameworks comumente mencionando quanto ao assunto Escalando Ágil: Disciplined Agile (Scott Ambler) LeSS (Bas Vodde e Craig Larman)  Nexus (Ken Ken Schwaber) SAFe (Dean Leffingwell) Scrum@Scale (Jeff Sutherland) Esses frameworks (e mais alguns que estão surgindo) vem sendo utilizados pelas organizações que buscam transformações. Como autor do livro Lean Inception, eu […]

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Paulo Caroli
30 July 2019

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PBB Canvas tip sheet

Please find below a few tips for each of the PBB Canvas blocks, when running a PBB session.   PRODUCT NAME: Imagine that this product is in a box; what´s the name written on the box? PROBLEMS: What is the current state for this product context? What are the problems and needs that the product […]

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Paulo Caroli
28 July 2019

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Book Review of Resilient Management by Lara Hogan

I had the pleasure of sitting near Lara Hogan at the Lead Dev London conference this year. She hit off day 1 with her opening talk, “Navigating Team Friction” (highly recommended!). The conference coincided with the launch of her newly published book, “Resilient Management”. I’d pre-ordered a physical copy as these were only available in […]

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Patrick
28 July 2019

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SSL Connection to AWS Aurora

On a recent project we had to connect to AWS Aurora postgres 10.6 version of the database in SSL mode using JDBC and Java 11 JRE. When the Aurora cluster is setup, we can force all connections to use SSL by using the options group settings (forceSSL=true), establishing secure connection from the application to the database is not as easy as it looks.

Here are the steps we took to make this work.

Passionate about data
15 July 2019

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Casos de Lean Inception

Esta página será dedicada para compartilhar alguns casos de Lean Inception. Se você tiver algum caso para compartilhar, favor descrevê-lo, publicá-lo e compartilhar o link comigo, com alguma pessoa treinadora de Lean Inception (CLT) ou com alguém da comunidade Lean Inception. Eu irei compartilhando os links para os casos de Lean Inception nessa página. Casos […]

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Paulo Caroli
25 July 2019

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O melhor MVP

Olha que genial esse vídeo sobre MVP. Comédia a parte, esse vídeo demonstra o que chamamos (ou chamávamos, pois não ouço mais essa denominação) de MVP mágico de oz; Aliás, muito similar ao com MVP concierge, denominação que ficou mais conhecido. Veja esse post de 2016 sobre tipos de MVP. Independente dos tipos de MVP, […]

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Paulo Caroli
19 July 2019

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O mínimo que você precisa saber sobre GraphQL para não passar vergonha em uma conversa

Prometo que vou te poupar um tempo com vídeos, artigos e livros condensando o básico que você precisa saber sobre GraphQL em um único artigo.

A utilização de REST para o consumo de APIs (as famosas RESTful APIs) é talvez hoje o padrão mais utilizado na indústria de software, com

Adriano Lisboa
18 July 2019

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[workshop] Context from the past, OKR, initiatives and prioritization

Hate is a agenda for a 3 hour workshop for a small team, mixing some context sharing and future directions. The context: a new team member has joined the team; the team manager asked me for a workshop to share some context with the newcomer and also to help align the next few objectives and […]

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Paulo Caroli
15 July 2019

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From Teams to Groups to Segments – An evolution using the Target Operating Model

A few weeks ago, I published an article about how we grew Product & Tech (P&T) at N26 during hypergrowth. I introduced the idea of a Target Operating Model (TOM). The first article focused on the why and what of this tool. In this article, I will share how we’ve evolved the core “building block” […]

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Patrick
11 July 2019

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