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This weekend I was barely sitting in front of a monitor. Or better said, not in front a computer.
Also a good feeling. Next week I am only working for 3 days and then I will be on vacation for about 3 weeks.
What a full day, market, gardening, shopping...
Therefore not too much today, more tomorrow.
Today I had a lean coffee with my team. Some new features and workarounds later it even worked.
Other than that I had a nice evening with my girlfriend at an India restaurant. Plus I learned or better said decided, that I have quite some stuff to learn.
Ever heard of Parkinson's law? Then it's about time.
As I have mentioned in an earlier post I am pausing my workout this week. I am still getting up at around 06:30 each morning. But still I am mostly getting done with my morning routine no earlier than 07:30.
Why? Because the work expands, as it's told in Parkinson's law.
I am leaving out the exercise, so my brains takes it as accepted that I can waste that time by walking the bathroom up and down and taking time for everything...
I guess I should apply some urgency to my morning routine. Tomorrow is the last planned free day. On Monday I am going to continue with some sort of workout.
Since the beginning of 2020 I am doing a lot of research in the field of Agile and also Lean.
A lot of misinterpretation is coming from misunderstanding that Agile has nothing to do with processes. Only because you use Scrum or Kanban you are not magically Agile.
Becoming Agile is a process itself. It's not like you hire a consultant, have some trainings on Mondays and you are suddenly Agile for the rest of your life (nothing works like that).
It requires a shift in thinking and not in processes.