This episode, we discuss “How to Lead When You’re Not in Charge” by Clay Scroggins.
Stay tuned next month for Ego is the Enemy by Ryan Holiday...
This episode's question:
I'm really having trouble with delivering what our scrum master thinks is a good minimum viable product. Our agile coaches do a good job of explaining what we should be doing but I can't have the coach with our team all of the time and they keep telling me that we're taking really big horizontal slices or build essentially the whole product before they have anything releasable but it seems like that is the smallest thing that can be delivered. How do you deliver something smaller without what your delivering being stupid?