We're now four episodes in to The Agile Guerilla series. The focus of this series of articles is to to help you introduce change, specifically moving to...
0 replies - 7218 views - 07/29/10 by Matt Stine in Articles
Today I'm privileged to share with you the remainder of an interview that I conducted with Alan Shalloway (you can read part one here). I first encountered...
0 replies - 2338 views - 07/15/10 by Matt Stine in Articles
Today I'm privileged to share with you the first portion of an interview that I conducted with Alan Shalloway (part two will run on Thursday). I first...
0 replies - 4029 views - 07/13/10 by Matt Stine in Articles
When reading this Kill Your
To-Do List blog post, I thought that managing personal to-do list
can be similar to product backlog management. Not in the...
1 replies - 1940 views - 07/01/10 by Olga Kouzina in News
Often when I introduce Kanban to teams that are just getting familiar
with Scrum, one of the first comments I'll get is... it looks a lot like
1 replies - 2937 views - 06/17/10 by Mike Cottmeyer in News
It isn’t a question you’d expect to hear from a team adopting work in
progress limits and just in time tasking while only committing to...
1 replies - 1925 views - 06/04/10 by David Bland in News
Alternate title: Most Scrum teams need a Kanban board
I am a big fan of Scrum, however, the notion that there are no
interruptions during a sprint is simply...
0 replies - 2647 views - 05/13/10 by Michael Sahota in News
In this interactive whiteboard session, recorded at Oredev
2009, Scott Bellware introduces kanban and contrasts it
with the common agile project management...
0 replies - 2456 views - 05/10/10 by Nitin Bharti in Videos
Arlo Belshee and Jim Shore had an interesting pair presentation on
titled “Single Piece Flow in Kanban” at LSSC10. A more accurate
1 replies - 2888 views - 05/04/10 by Michael Sahota in News
Agile ALM tool vendor, Rally, just announced its acquisition of the Kanban project management startup, AgileZen. "We're going to use their Kanban board...
0 replies - 4346 views - 04/14/10 by Mitch Pronschinske 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 - 7851 views - 03/28/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
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 - 2055 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 - 2580 views - 03/12/10 by Jurgen Appelo in News
A few months ago, DZone spoke with VersionOne CEO Robert Holler. Since 2002, when VersionOne appeared, Holler says their customer cases have grown from 5-20...
0 replies - 2316 views - 03/09/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in News
I read Agile
development grows UP article written by Mark Lines.
It has quite a strange taste… Is it an attempt to advertise new
methodology? I hope it...
1 replies - 1684 views - 02/18/10 by Michael Dubakov in News
Cumulative Flow diagram is a very good starting point for stop-the-line
or retrospective meeting. Here is a real example from TargetProcess development.You...
0 replies - 3852 views - 02/16/10 by Michael Dubakov in Blogs
A question that comes up a lot and is discussed at great length during Kanban conferences is whether or not you should move an item backwards on a Kanban...
0 replies - 6419 views - 02/10/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
your development process and setup a perfect
flow. You see the flow and feel its power. You even measure cycle
time and want to reduce it....
2 replies - 1791 views - 02/02/10 by Michael Dubakov in News
It is always interesting to look behind the scene. In previous post I
our development process, now I will show how we use Kanban
1 replies - 5131 views - 01/29/10 by Michael Dubakov in News
New agile methodologies are sometimes criticized for simply
re-labelling old practices and calling them 'new'. Scrum in particular
is critcized for...
0 replies - 6167 views - 01/19/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles