Cynefin principles

The principles are the basis for everything, and Cynefin is not an exception. This is a summary of them: Principle 1: Embrace messy coherence The principle of messy coherence enables us to accommodate much diversity of approaches, methods and tools within Cynefin. Language is an excellent example of messy coherence, or in other worlds coherent … Read more

Examples of Symbiosis

This comes from a twit from John Cutler, Mutualism  —   both species benefit Commensalism  —   one species benefits, the other is unaffected Parasitism  —   one species benefits, the other is harmed Competition  —   neither species benefits Neutralism  —   both species are unaffected

Scrum + XP + SAFe

I’m a big fun of Henrik Mårtensson , and this time he comes with a couple of pics that made me laugh. why do you wrap scrum over eXtreme Programming while XP has all you need? and this other one: Why eliminating the short, information rich feedback loops is considered a good thing?

Organised Services Operating Model (OSOM)

The Organised Services Operating Model (OSOM) is a template operating model to help organisations adopt a service-based approach. More information here: https://osom.guide/ and here: https://stance.consulting/osom/ For questions related to that, you can be in touch with Steve Purkis: https://twitter.com/spurkis You can use it in any context, It uses Wardley Maps. It digs into the operational … Read more

Intermediate Machine Learning, by Kaggle

Some notes of this course offered by Kaggle, for my poor memory. Cross validation Cross-validation gives a more accurate measure of model quality, which is especially important if you are making a lot of modeling decisions.  Use pipelines for doing cross-validation, you will save a lot of time. XGBoost = Gradient boosting We refer to … Read more

Cloud Economics

I have completed this 3,5 hours training about the Cloud economics. During the course I completed this map, having the customer and its main needs on top, and the AWS capabilities provided down. Screenshots (I want to save for my poor memory)

Swiss Cheese Risk Model

I just learn the existence of this graphic way to show risks: It’s a risk assessment model so you do not forget that when working with different systems, a chain of risks can turn into a issue and provoke a major impact. The Model leverages the idea that all system controls, no matter how effective or … Read more