I’ve been working on agile program management and a colleague emailed
me about his program. He’s having trouble seeing how to do agile on a
1 replies - 1427 views - 09/15/10 by Johanna Rothman in News
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0 replies - 857 views - 09/14/10 by James Shore in News
Many scrummers have been implementing Scrum practices outside of Work
but silently. My own example of
0 replies - 2220 views - 09/14/10 by Venkatesh Kris... in News
In my previous post about lean software development, I explained Lean Principles #1 - Eliminate Waste. Quality
issues result in all sorts of waste. That's...
1 replies - 3606 views - 09/14/10 by Kelly Waters in News
James Shore explains aspects of Test Driven Development in his series: "Let's Play"
0 replies - 3967 views - 09/13/10 by James Shore in News
In the software development world there are, broadly speaking, two
groups of people: those who create the software (coders, testers, etc.)
and those who...
1 replies - 1606 views - 09/13/10 by Allan Kelly in News
James Shore explains aspects of Test Driven Development in his series:
1 replies - 3970 views - 09/13/10 by James Shore in News
Welcome to episode five of our series "The Seven Wastes of Software Development." In episode one, we introduced the concept of eliminating waste from...
0 replies - 14090 views - 09/12/10 by Matt Stine in Articles
Being Agile is self-organizing by nature, does ICAgile have the unique opportunity to prove the Iron Law of Bureaucracy wrong? I was listening to This Week in...
0 replies - 1958 views - 09/10/10 by Derek Huether in Articles
“How many of you have been on a team in a state of shared vision?” This is the question Jim McCarthy used to kick off last night’s Agile Boston
2 replies - 1960 views - 09/10/10 by Abby Fichtner in News
I was reading Freddy Balle’s book The Gold Mine: A Novel of Lean Turnaround and I read something that stopped me dead in my tracks.
In the book, after...
0 replies - 2151 views - 09/09/10 by Michael Sahota in News
How often have you lived this scenario? Customers and managers beg,
scream, and demand more features tomorrow. No matter what you tell them
you can get...
14 replies - 18828 views - 09/08/10 by Jared Richardson in Articles
During the Agile2010 conference, I noticed a recurring theme that ran through several of the workshops:
One of the most memorable and rewarding...
1 replies - 1713 views - 09/08/10 by David Bland in News
Welcome to episode four of our series "The Seven Wastes of Software Development." In episode one, we introduced the concept of eliminating waste from...
0 replies - 16171 views - 09/07/10 by Matt Stine in Articles
“Lean” and “waste” are now two of the most fashionable
buzzwords in software development, but what do they mean? How can we...
1 replies - 12948 views - 09/07/10 by Alberto Gutierrez in Articles
Over the past few weeks, I've made two assertions about new agile teams. First... teams need to get good at calling their shots.
To me, that means that...
1 replies - 883 views - 09/07/10 by Mike Cottmeyer in News
Tobias Mayer led a fun and effective session (Agile Playground) at DeepAgile where we played games for building...
1 replies - 3892 views - 09/03/10 by Michael Sahota in News
Welcome to the seventh and final episode of The Agile Guerilla series. The focus of this series of articles is to to help you introduce change, specifically...
0 replies - 10989 views - 09/02/10 by Matt Stine in Articles
Once in a while I run across individuals, or even teams, who still
think Agile is about just getting on and doing it. Well it is, good for
them, but, that...
0 replies - 906 views - 09/02/10 by Allan Kelly in News
There are two factors that are almost prerequisite to project failure. These are:
1. The team does not communicate sufficient details on project status and...
0 replies - 1915 views - 08/31/10 by Peter Schuh in News