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Re: Performance Reviews

... Related to Ron's concern, my concern with rewarding "teamwork" is that it will cause more looking good for the boss type behaviors. The best thing a boss
MJ
Jun 13
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58341

Re: Performance Reviews

Hi Michael, ... I recall a coaching visit that James Grenning and I made to a large company out west. The manager told us in private that he really knew his
Ron Jeffries
Jun 13
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Re: Performance Reviews

I think that’s a decent place to start; we are something like that. What we found is that since everybody did their individual work, how well they helped
Eric Gunnerson
Jun 13
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58339

Re: Performance Reviews

I appreciate the responses. The best they are going to do now is heavy weighting to individuals who cause team success. It was a win for me just to have them
Michael Wollin
Jun 13
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58338

Re: Performance Reviews

Hi Charles, ... Might work. As it is, it won’t compile, much less run. :) Ron Jeffries ronjeffries.com Master your instrument,
Ron Jeffries
Jun 12
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58337

Re: Performance Reviews

Ron, I agree that it is unclear... but let me see if I can make it better, then if I can, I'll suggest changes to Jeff (He and I had traded emails earlier on
Charles Bradley - Professional Scrum Trai
Jun 12
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58336

Re: Performance Reviews

so, a chicken can rate a pig to be more chicken? Pierre*NEIS* Lean Agile Coach | Associate M: +352 / 661 727 867 pierre@... Luxembourg | Paris |
Pierre Neis
Jun 2
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58335

Re: Performance Reviews

Cipson, Are you saying that performance appraisals are a good thing? Do you have evidence of that? --mj (Michael James) ... Cipson, Are you saying that
MJ
Jun 2
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Re: Performance Reviews

what advantage does a (article) personal performance bring to you? I try to understand, because eso far I have not seen one. y 2015-06-02 18:57 GMT+02:00
Yves Hanoulle
Jun 2
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58333

Re: Performance Reviews

Win win situation for team and individual. With my experience, 50% team performance and 50% individual peformacne have better balance. Regards Cipson Thomas
Cipson
Jun 2
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Re: Performance Reviews

Hi Charles, ... Reluctantly, here are some thoughts. Reluctant, because ideally they’d be addressed privately to Jeff, not to this group. But you did ask. In
Ron Jeffries
May 31
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58331

Re: Metrics for Product Backlog

" The goal behind the question is to understand if PB can be managed more effectively. ... Baseline is current state. Actually that's partly why I asked for
Avi Naparstek
May 28
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Re: Metrics for Product Backlog

Avi, Baseline is current state. Actually that's partly why I asked for the metrics in the first place - to know the baseline Steve, Dan, Thanks for your
hennadii.omelchenko
May 27
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58329

Re: Metrics for Product Backlog

" The goal behind the question is to understand if PB can be managed more effectively. " I'd ask - More effectively than what? What's you're baseline that you
Avi Naparstek
May 27
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58328

Re: Metrics for Product Backlog

Imagine you had a team about the size that Scrum and XP recommend. Given that, if you want to know how the PO is doing you ask him/her. [After this follows a
Adam Sroka
May 26
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