Agile Management: From Software Development to a Happy Life

On 13th Dec, I attended to the VietnamWebSummit and particularly I join the topic about Agile Management which was interesting presentation. So I will summary here the main information.

Talking about Agile Software Development, its practices vary from company to company and even team to team, but there are a shared set of values and principles that prioritizes rapid, continuous release, collaboration across cross-functional teams and users, and a commitment to responding to changes.

Applying these practices can help teams manage work more efficiently and do the work more effectively while delivering the highest quality product within the constraints of the project such as budget and time...

As in project or in a normal life, we are facing some constraints 

So How do we apply Agile for a happier family life. Here is an interesting Ted talk Agile programming for your family discussion that you can refer to it. In summary,

Adapt all the time

  • Experiment with new ideas, and be flexible and open-minded.

Empower your children

  • Let them plan their own goals, evaluate their own work, succeed on their own terms, and on occasion, fail and learn from those failures.

Tell your story

  • Define your mission and identify your core values as a family.

Agile as a personal productivity tool
In the Lifehack article "Scrum for One," Dustin Wax describes how many of the elements of scrum can be adapted for individual productivity.

  • Start before you have all the answers, and then be creative in finding solutions to obstacles you encounter.
  • Constantly self-reflect and adapt. Spend a few minutes each day planning, reflecting, and asking, "What's standing in my way?"
  • Work toward clearly defined short-term goals. Breaking big goals into short-term goals that are time-boxed will help create a sense of accomplishment and move you forward.
  • Sprint—stay focused on your goal. Block out times of the day when you can work free from distraction until you reach your goal.
The last part which I would like to share in this blog is about Shuhari Agile

Conclusion: Agile your life 

  • Adaptive 
  • Empower your members
  • Sharing and listening
  • Continuous improvement event "Small things"

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