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  • On Diversity, Inclusion, and Agile Alliance
    Last night at the Agile Alliance Members’ Annual Meeting a question was asked about our efforts around diversity and inclusion, and specifically about the makeup of the Agile Alliance Board. I applaud the member who pointed out that our current board makeup isn’t an accurate representation of the diversity that we see here at the […]
  • Getting Involved with Agile20XX and How You Can Join the Team as a Conference Chair or Volunteer
    In part one of our series about how you can get involved in the AGILE20xx conference, we took a look at the role Reviewers play. Next we examined what’s involved in the roles of Track Chair and Program Chair. Now you’ll learn how to become a conference chair or a volunteer. Conference Chair As the […]
  • Getting Involved with Agile20XX and How You Can Join the Team as a Track Chair or Program Chair
    In part one of our series about how you can get involved in the AGILE20xx conference, we took a look at the role Reviewers play. Now we’ll examine what’s involved in the roles of Track Chair and Program Chair. If you would like to be involved in helping to shape future AGILE20XX conferences, please leave […]
  • The Magic of Small User Stories
    I often run into teams that like big User Stories. Why spend time writing, planning, and estimating a bunch of small stories when you can write, plan, and estimate just one big story?  Bigger stories mean better efficiency, right?  Not necessarily. Why smaller stories? Focus: Small stories keep us focused and help us see that […]
  • My Women in Agile @ Agile20xx Experience
    The excitement was buzzing as the time to start grew near.  People who hadn’t seen each other in awhile embraced and chatted about updates on their lives.  The joy and energy in the room was palpable. No one was left alone, everyone was pulled into a welcome hug and conversation.  Towards the back of the […]
  • Getting Involved with Agile20XX and How You Can Join the Team as a Reviewer
    We as members of the AGILE2019 organizing team would like to shed some light on the behind-the-scenes roles that are involved in putting together an AGILE20XX conference and what it takes to keep it running smoothly.  We hope from reading this and the next posts in the series, you will want to be involved in […]
  • Daily Scrum: Is it a Waste of Time?
    Daily Scrum? It’s a waste of time and interrupts my work. Daily Scrum is just a chance for the Scrum Master to show up and micromanage. Daily Scrum is for reporting status, but I could do that in an email. Do any of these complaints sound familiar? These days, it’s become rather trendy to deride […]

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