Tag: (un)conferences

Curiosity, Openness, and Acceptance.

What recent travel taught me about the non-judging awareness aspect of mindfulness. In Germany we say “between the years” if we want to refer to the time between Christmas and New Years Eve. In this time I travelled for 5 days to Leipzig in Eastern Germany to attend the 34th Chaos Communication Congress (34c3 in […]

Scrum Master in Disguise

Impressions from the Product Owner Camp 2017 in Frankfurt Last week I spent two awesome days together with two of my colleagues in Frankfurt attending the 2nd Product Owner (PO) Camp. I had to wear this fancy lanyard which labelled me a “Product Owner” (even though I currently work in the role of a Scrum […]

Mindfulness session @ Play4Agile 2017

Thoughts and sharings on mindfulness (picture credits: FreeImages.com/Leandro Cavinatto, license: Freeimages.com Content License) At Play4Agile in 2017 (#p4a17 for short) there was a great Open Space Session on Mindfulness. Bettina Ruggeri and Armin Schubert initiated the session and there were a lot of other people contributing to it. The main question first was to collect […]

OOP2017 – Details matter

My personal (short) review Being at OOP 2017 in Munich was a great experience – not just because I had the chance to speak there and share my thoughts on softskills for tech people with my session on ‘interhuman debugging’ (in German). Of course, speaking at OOP was a great experience on its own. Being […]

Intervision – What is it and how does it work?

Case-based coaching and reflection among agile colleagues This year in October I was fortunate to be part of the Coach Reflection Day (CoRe Day) in Karlsruhe. It was a day filled with impressions, new ideas, shared experiences and great input. I’d like to share one of these impulses with you. This blogpost is an english […]

Nachlese PM Camp Dornbirn

Was ich über das Unterscheiden und das Trennen gelernt habe… und noch mehr… (picture credits: Joachim Schlosser, license: CC BY-SA) Am Fr/Sa 18./19.11.2016 war ich Teilgeberin beim PM Camp Dornbirn. Dornbirn ist quasi die “Mutter” der PM Camp Bewegung, die mittlerweile in vielen Städten europaweit Unkonferenzen zum weiten Themenkomplex Projektmanagement auf die Beine stellt. In […]

My application for Play4Agile 2017 unconference

On getting creative with a ‘playpplication’ The Agile Tribe is ‘calling’… Ok, today is the day where I have to admit: I finally got fully infected with the agile community virus at Agile Coach Camp 2016 in Rückersbach. 🙂 Equipped with some additional energy I received this week from two wonderful ladies who I met […]

Intervision – Was ist das und wie macht man das?

Fallberatung und Reflexion unter agilen Kollegen Anfang Oktober durfte ich am Coach Reflection Day (CoRe Day) in Karlsruhe teilnehmen. Ich nahm ein ganzes Bündel voll toller Ideen und wertvoller Impulse mit. Den ersten davon möchte ich heute im Rahmen dieses Blogartikels teilen – und ich werde ihn auch als Impuls zum nächsten Treffen des Agile […]

Unterscheide, ohne zu trennen.

Mein Beitrag zur Blogparade zum PM Camp Dornbirn 2016 PM Camp? Erstes Mal! Blogparade? Noch nie gemacht! Und doch: ich bin dabei. Freue mich darauf. Aufs PM Camp Dornbirn… und hier kommt nun mein Beitrag, meine Gedanken zum Thema Unterscheide ohne zu trennen. Als ich diesen Satz im August das erste Mal im Blogbeitrag von […]

Software Craftsmanship – Craftsman Swaps & Agile?

Auf den Begriff Craftsman Swap bin ich das erste Mal durch Nicole Rauch aufmerksam geworden, die ich auf dem MATHEMA Campus 2015 in Erlangen kennenlernte. Ursprünglich kommt der Begriff aus der Welt des Software Craftsmanship wo es vor allem um Professionalisierung unseres Berufsstandes geht; dazu gehört unter anderem auch professioneller Austausch der “Handwerker” untereinander sowie […]