Agile failure is a sensitive topic but one that we as a community
need to talk about in order to build a brighter future together. In this
post, I will...
1 replies - 3408 views - 03/02/11 by Michael Sahota in News
A critical predictor of success I have seen in Agile transitions is how people define reality.
Let’s face it, if you are running Scrum well, then there will...
1 replies - 1423 views - 03/02/11 by Michael Sahota in News
Do you think you are a rockstar project manager? Can you roll out an
agile process and leap the tangle of legacy waterfall hurdles without
0 replies - 1598 views - 03/01/11 by Peter Schuh in News
Scrum contains a set of practices distinct from XP that are intended
to enhance project safety. The Scrum framework is simple and
1 replies - 1622 views - 03/01/11 by Michael Sahota in News
Last week Johanna Rothman and I were talking about Agile in Europe, while she made a brave attempt at out-eating me at my own favorite Moroccan restaurant...
1 replies - 825 views - 02/28/11 by Jurgen Appelo in News
I've been using iTerm for over a year now. I like it over Terminal for a
few reasons, but primarily because it supports multiple frames. This
0 replies - 3210 views - 02/28/11 by Michael Norton in News
Agile Coaching is about guiding a person, team or organization towards more Agility.
Based upon the subject of coaching, there are 4 types of Agile...
1 replies - 1248 views - 02/28/11 by Geert Bossuyt in Articles
This post is from Jim Highsmith by Jim Highsmith. Click here to see the original post in full.In his classic, The Secrets of Consulting, Jerry Weinberg...
0 replies - 2321 views - 02/24/11 by Kelly Waters in News
This is a reposting from Mik Kersten's Tasktop Blog. Look for more predictions in this series on his blog and on Agile ZoneThree years ago, in his...
2 replies - 6672 views - 02/24/11 by James Sugrue in Articles
I'm going to tell you a story about how I almost failed as a manager. I
say almost because it was only because of Bob Smith that I recovered
0 replies - 674 views - 02/23/11 by Steve Ciske in News
I’ve noticed recently that while pairing with various different
people that I frequently ask my pair what they’re trying to learn
through the approach...
0 replies - 4699 views - 02/23/11 by Mark Needham in Articles
Would Madonna have been successful if she had styled herself M.L. Ciccone?
I don’t think so.
Names are important. Good names can be motivating, and...
1 replies - 865 views - 02/22/11 by Jurgen Appelo in News
I regularly run workshops to highlight certain aspects of an agile
way of working and to help participants achieve a deeper understanding
of these topics....
0 replies - 2127 views - 02/22/11 by Geert Bossuyt in Articles
I had a chance to pair with Llewellyn Falco last week at Agile Open Northwest. Our approaches to test-driven development
are pretty different, so we had some...
1 replies - 1559 views - 02/21/11 by James Shore in News
I learnt about the pomodoro technique
a couple of years ago and while I did try it out sporadically back
then, it’s only recently that I thought I’d...
0 replies - 4721 views - 02/21/11 by Mark Needham in Articles