I've been rambling on for the past few
years about agile in larger, more complex enterprises. Quite often in
that discussion, I'll get asked to show a...
0 replies - 1814 views - 05/11/10 by Mike Cottmeyer in News
Being a good TTL is not it easy … what are the things that TTL needs
to have ?
Below are my convictions about this:
1) Solid Technical.
5 replies - 13854 views - 05/06/10 by Mohammad Juma in News
Leadership is a term used by many, but sometimes understood by only a
few. Again and again I feel compelled to question ideas about
leadership that seem to...
1 replies - 2106 views - 05/04/10 by Jurgen Appelo in News
One-way messages don’t count as “communication.” The
traditional way of thinking of communication as “the transmission
of information from one...
1 replies - 1006 views - 04/28/10 by Jurgen Appelo in News
SEMAT (Software Engineering Method
and Theory) is
an effort initiated by Ivar Jacobson, Bertrand Meyer, and Richard
Soley. Its stated aim is to...
1 replies - 981 views - 04/20/10 by Martin Fowler in News
I sat through a great use case analysis session recently."Great"
because I saw lots of ways to derail a simple process. Eventually, we
0 replies - 4340 views - 04/15/10 by Steven Lott in News
I don't think you need Iteration Zero. "Iteration Zero" is the idea
that you should spend the first several weeks of a new Agile product...
1 replies - 1013 views - 04/15/10 by James Shore in News
In many organizations people are used to the idea that functional
managers are responsible for assisting people with their personal
1 replies - 2322 views - 04/14/10 by Jurgen Appelo in News
This is a review of Luke Hohmann’s excellent blog
series on Product Backlog Prioritization. As usual, I have captured
what I believe to be the salient...
1 replies - 1308 views - 04/12/10 by Michael Sahota in News
Kanban pioneer David Anderson recently submitted a manuscript of his new book for copy editing. The book is titled "Kanban - Successful Evolutionary...
1 replies - 7542 views - 03/28/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
In this presentation, recorded at Øredev 2009, Jens Østergaard examines why Scrum is so hard to implement.
He discusses failure modes for Scrum Master,...
0 replies - 3950 views - 03/16/10 by Nitin Bharti in Videos
Tech blogger and XML co-inventor, Tim Bray, recently posted about his new job with Google's Android development team. In his blog, which is now a "No-Evil...
0 replies - 22228 views - 03/15/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Daily Dose
There’s so much room for observations and analogies in the evolution
of production trends. Analogies are not merely a candy for the brain.
0 replies - 2010 views - 03/15/10 by Olga Kouzina in News
Yesterday I had a bit of an
argument on Twitter about differences between Scrum and
Kanban. Personally I don't care which is better than the other,
5 replies - 2466 views - 03/12/10 by Jurgen Appelo in News
The following text is excerpted from The Art of Agile
Development by James Shore and Shane Warden (O'Reilly 2007).
Copyright © 2008 James...
0 replies - 1290 views - 03/12/10 by James Shore in News