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Opposite Views of a Product Roadmap

by Scott Sehlhorst, 5 December 2014 | The Agile Blogosphere

Your product roadmap a view of what you are building right now, in the near future, and in the more distant future.  Or is your roadmap a view of why you are building whatever you’re building right now, in the near future, and in the more distant future? Your roadmap is both – but one is more important than the other – and product managers need to be able to view the roadmap both...
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7 Tips for Meetings That Don’t Suck

by Jean Tabaka, 4 December 2014
The Agile Blogosphere

In his book, Tribal Leadership, Dave Logan suggests that every organization consists of “tribes” at different stages. At the lowest level is the tribe who thinks, “Life sucks.”...
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Tips to Start Agile in a Hostile Environment

Learn more about our Scrum and Agile training sessions on WorldMindware.comAlthough Agile methods are very popular (particularly Scrum), there are still many organizations or departments...
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Spice up your Agile Retrospectives

by BenLinders, 18 November 2014
The Agile Blogosphere

In the mini-workshop Experience new exercises to spice up your agile retrospective #RetroValue that I gave at Lean Kanban France teams experienced three different retrospectives exercises....
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Some Thoughts on Agile Transformation in Big Companies

As usual… I’ve gotten a little sidetracked on my Agile 101, 102… series of posts. I’ve got the 201 post half finished, but haven’t been able to spend the time getting over...
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Emergent Design

by Ron Jeffries, 2 November 2014
The Agile Blogosphere

Then and now In a recent email, Martin Alaimo asks: There’s a very interesting discussion on the latin america agile community going on. It’s about the meaning of the Agile...
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Rant about Commitment – One of the Scrum Values

Learn more about our Scrum and Agile training sessions on WorldMindware.comThe voting for re-introducing the five values of Scrum into the Scrum Guide is heating up with some great...
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Scrum “Inputs”

by Travis Birch, 28 October 2014
The Agile Blogosphere

Learn more about our Scrum and Agile training sessions on WorldMindware.comThe Product Backlog is often described as the primary input to Scrum.  The Sprint starts with Sprint Planning...
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Agile Assessments – A Deeper Dive

by Sandi Keller, 28 October 2014
The Agile Blogosphere

In my previous post Agile Assessments, I wrote about reasons to do an assessment and considerations when doing one.  In this post, I’ll continue the assessment topic with focus...
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100 Top Agile Blogs

Luis Gonçalves has posted a list of 100 Top Agile Blogs, ranked by Alexa ranking. I’m gratified to make the list, where I’m in some pretty good company.

Sense, Create, and Respond to Change

Last week we looked at how today’s global markets require new ways of doing business, so that you can respond quickly to threats and opportunities. We showed you why it’s not enough...
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Cancel Your Executive Status Meetings (Do This Instead)

Last week I met with a strategy leader for an Australian financial services organization, who was trying to work out how to bring his executive team together on a regular cadence to...
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Book List for Enterprise Agile Transformations

Learn more about our Scrum and Agile training sessions on WorldMindware.comLeaders of Agile Transformations for the Enterprise need to have good sources of information, concepts and...
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