This post explains in detail exactly how Redgate ran it’s first formal team self-selection process, from initial planning to completion.Read More How Redgate ran it’s first team self-selection process
Are you attracted to the idea of allowing people to decide for themselves what they work on, but worried about what might happen as a result? Yep, we were too. Here’s how we kept true to the ideals of self-determination but reduced our collective anxiety about the process.Read More Team self-selection (without the anxiety)
When people talk about why they adopt an agile approach to software development, they talk about the many benefits of delivering working software iteratively. Rarely do I hear people call out the key reason why we should be taking an agile approach; it’s part of the answer to giving people fulfilling and rewarding work.Read More Agile for the people
At the end of June Redgate’s Product Development organisation ran a retrospective session to review how things have gone in our corner of Redgate in the first half of 2019. This post explains how we ran the large scale retrospective and what we discovered by doing it.Read More Retrospectives at scale: How to run a retro session for a large group
In March 2019, Redgate held their 2nd internal product development conference, Level Up 2019. The Attendee’s Survey results are in, answering the big question – was all the hard work worth it?Read More Was our internal development conference worth all the hard work?
What have the Wright Brothers, the original Boeing 737 and the Airbus A380 got to do with Redgate’s internal development conference, Level Up 2019?Read More Video: Level Up 2019 Keynote
While understanding the “Why” behind a task or action is important, understanding the “Why” behind someone’s approach to leadership can be transformative.Read More Do your team know why you lead how you lead?