It seems like tameflow practicioners could use more detailed guidance on the different strategies they might take when “talking to management” along the lines of this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B_KWyptanAM&feature=youtu.be the content is all there in the books, but not organized around that specific problem.
The elements of TameFlow that have been described by the books are only a fraction of what TameFlow is. It is not all there. There’s lots more to come. Primarily in the Patterns book. If ever I get time to write it, that is.
So… I appreciate your patience!
Unfortunately, during the last 20 years, the “Agile Movement” has damaged the relationship with managers of all levels. We will have to try and undo some of this damage and regain their trust and respect.
Fortunately, TameFlow provides the language and the mechanisms to tangibly show that we (the “geeks” and “nerds”) can talk their language and appreciate their challenges and struggles, as much as we want them to understand ours. By reaching out to them at their level, and not dragging them down to the nitty gritty details of the technical world, we will be better positioned to truly help them to help us.