I'd like to share a charming😏 'EveryDayLife' story with you (agile twist). Ideal for morning coffee☕️or before the weekend begins!
There's a low bridge near my house where trucks keep getting stuck every few weeks. 🚚Whenever it happens, the truck needs to be towed 🏗️which leads to traffic jams 🚧 as local authorities keep repeating their response: "But we put up another sign.." 🚦...
Lots of frustration 😖
It's like a never-ending loop! 😅
As Albert Einstein famously said, "Insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results." 🌀
The truck driver who got stuck certainly didn't plan to get stuck. The drivers behind him suffer from the resulting traffic jam, and the neighbors in the neighborhood are frustrated - is this happening again??😶
When faced with something unwanted happening repeatedly and experienced by many different people, it's essential to recognize that it could also happen to us.
The situation is a bit like our daily work routines: we might be stuck in old patterns, and it's time to try a different approach. It's essential to understand the implications of our actions, just like knowing that driving a truck under the bridge might get it stuck.🧐To overcome these challenges and ensure a smooth flow of work, we need practical and innovative solutions that cater to our unique circumstances.🏝️
Taking a step back to think differently and avoid blindly following routines can lead to significant improvements. 🚀
Until robots fully take over 😉🤖, let's build roads that accommodate human nature and support those who use them. Sometimes, outsiders can spot things we miss, offering valuable perspectives. 🌈🌞And remember, there's no one-size-fits-all solution🔃; it's an ongoing journey of learning, experimenting, and getting better.
Embracing change might not always be possible, but we can find alternative ways to manage and solve challenges, making a real difference.
Check out these interesting articles on agile methodology and self-organization in teams:
Agile Self-Organizing Teams/the role of managers in self-organizing teams: Link
Let's keep growing, adapting, and building a better way forward! ⭐️😊
Dana, has a B.Sc in Computer Sience from the College of Management Academic Studies, Israel.
She currently holds the position of Backend Engineer and Scrum Master at Lendbuzz. With proficiency in C#, Java, and Python, she adeptly merges technological with teamwork, guides cross-functional teams, fostering a productive work environment that values each team member's contributions