I want to discuss a foundational topic that influences the management of
software development: commitment. In particular I’m looking at this
0 replies - 924 views - 10/29/10 by Jon Archer in News
Software developers are infamous for not being good estimators. They
say programmers have three timelines they work with: “done”, “not
1 replies - 2945 views - 10/28/10 by David Bernstein in News
Oh, you know that project. That project that just won’t die. It is all that is unholy in the world of project management.
2 replies - 1795 views - 10/28/10 by Derek Huether in News
I wrote earlier in the week about the benefits of having a physical story wall on a distributed team and in the process of getting one in place on the project...
1 replies - 1036 views - 10/27/10 by Mark Needham in News
You’ve seen the job description:
Project Manager / ScrumMaster
- Must have knowledge of traditional project management
- CSM preferred
- PMP nice to...
7 replies - 5371 views - 10/26/10 by David Bland in News
I I’ve described 5 mistakes in agile adoption, this part has 5
6. CST Knows Everything
Certified Scrum Trainer is not a God. Yes, he...
1 replies - 2923 views - 10/26/10 by Michael Dubakov in News
Back on October 12 (2010), I had the privilege of seeing Michele Sliger do a presentation titled “Hello Agile, Goodbye Scope Creep“.
In it, she...
0 replies - 1763 views - 10/26/10 by Derek Huether in News
Have you ever felt really let down by someone you respect? I guess
the way the world is today we can all cite a long list of people that
are famous and...
1 replies - 964 views - 10/22/10 by Bob Hartman in News
that anyone on a Scrum team might succumb to with the frustrations of
learning to work a new way. But this might be something the Scrum...
1 replies - 3999 views - 10/22/10 by Jon Archer in News
Four Reasons Medical Device Companies need agile development
The waterfall style of development is so deeply engrained into the culture of medical companies...
1 replies - 4486 views - 10/22/10 by Mike Dobbles in Articles
We had a very good turnout for the Automated Browser Testing Poll this week. Before I get into my musings about what happened, here's a quick summary of the...
5 replies - 13397 views - 10/22/10 by Matt Stine in Articles
I have always liked Lean, even though it‘s really poorly represented
in the literature. The Poppendieck book was all there was for a long
time, and that...
1 replies - 2794 views - 10/22/10 by Rob Williams in Articles
One of the first “Agile” books I read that really inspired me to change how we went about creating software was Mike Cohn’s User Stories Applied.
5 replies - 3237 views - 10/21/10 by Jon Archer in News
When I started working on my current project there was no physical story wall, instead the whole project was being tracked on Mingle. The current state of...
3 replies - 4307 views - 10/21/10 by Mark Needham in Articles
You know... sometimes I can't help but think that us agilists create
unnecessary grief for ourselves when we talk about agile to our more
0 replies - 1501 views - 10/18/10 by Mike Cottmeyer in News