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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? 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 […]
How transparent are you? How transparent is your team, your organization? We all know that transparency is an essential aspect of Agile development, but do you really understand just how critical it is? Transparency is often a key tenant of corporate mission statements. The need for greater transparency in government and business has led to […]
This article is specifically targeted toward RTE’s, Product Management, and coaches that are currently engaged in establishing a program level workflow (Kanban) that prioritizes the highest valued features as candidates for the Program Increment (PI) Planning event. The promise of a team of teams achieving a consistent 80% predictability in delivery of PI objectives and […]
This entry was written as part of the Supporting Agile Adoption program, an Agile Alliance initiative dedicated to supporting organizations and their people become more Agile. As a member of the Supporting Agile Adoption initiative, I was fortunate recently to spend a few days in a workshop with Agile thought leaders from a number of […]