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Big Agile, the Route Less Travelled

by Mike Griffiths, 23 January 2015 | The Agile Blogosphere

Scaling Collaboration not Process is the Key to Enterprise Agility. Agile methods have been found to be extremely effective when used correctly. A reasonable reaction to witnessing any great performance in an organization is to demand more of it. So a tremendous amount of time, effort and resources have been expended over the last few years on scaling agile for the enterprise with all the new processes...
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5 Steps for Creating High-Performance Teams eBook

by heather, 19 January 2015
The Agile Blogosphere

Certified Scrum Trainer Mark Levison has been around the block, more than a few times, and he was getting frustrated by what he saw happening in Scrum. When Mark is invited into businesses...
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Welcome to the High-Performance Teams Game

by Mark Levison, 12 January 2015
The Agile Blogosphere

Your team is working on the World’s Smallest Online Bookstore, a site that provides the best results (just a few) for every search, not every result on earth. We’re a vulture capital...
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Large Agile Teams

I recently wrote a detailed article about Large Agile Teams that was a detailed walkthrough of how to structure agile teams of various sizes.  I suspect that this is...
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The Agile Manifesto – Essay 1: Value and Values

Learn more about our Scrum and Agile training sessions on WorldMindware.com What is Agile? In 2001, 17 people got together for a world-changing discussion about software development....
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Announcing the Agile Advice eBook – Finally Ready!

Learn more about our Scrum and Agile training sessions on WorldMindware.comThanks everyone for feedback, comments and suggestions for my new book, Agile Advice – Creating High...
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What It Takes to Develop an Agile Transformation Strategy

Okay… this is going to be a precursor to a more fully developed whitepaper, but I want to see if I can tightly articulate the LeadingAgile approach to designing and executing an enterprise...
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Why Not What – An Example

Forbes quoted Steve Jobs as saying “I’m as proud of what we don’t do as I am of what we do.”  This is a really enlightened perspective – and a way to...
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Opposite Views of a Product Roadmap

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...
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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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