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How to Change a Culture

Mike Bland concludes his article on testing culture with some general advice on how to change a culture to introduce testing, generalized from his experience at Google and elsewhere. This finishes what’s been a long and fascinating article that really gets into the nitty-gritty of unit testing at a scale of a large software development organization. He finishes with a call to action arguing that...
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Agile Value Creation

Organizations want to have insight in the values that Agile can bring to them. They want to know if and how Agile can help to satisfy customer needs more quickly, and what they can...
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Another Two Sides to Estimation

There are many ways to look at the issue of estimation. Everyone in the business of software development has had experience with wanting estimates, being asked for estimates, or both....
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Safety – the perquisite for Leadership

Many coaches suggest that teamwork starts with trust.  Simon Sinek would have us believe that there is a perquisite for trust: followers feel safe.That feeling of safety builds...
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How to Successfully Scale Agile in Your Enterprise

How to Successfully Scale Agile in Your Enterprise from isaachogue Our first webinar in the Agile Webinar Series was recorded with LeadingAgile Enterprise Coach Isaac Hogue and...
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Self-Improvement In Agile Teams

“There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self.” -Ernest Hemingway Introduction A developer once told...
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Principle #3 of Capacity Planning: Matching Supply to Demand

In the last two posts on the principles of capacity planning, we touched on the advantages of thinking of the team as a resource unit, and how it’s better to be “roughly...
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Agile Transformation & Executive Engagement

Must Be Present to Win Most people are familiar with drawings or raffles and some of these events require that you must be present to win. A highly successful Agile Transformation happens...
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Designing Valuable Agile Retrospectives

As a retrospective facilitator it's important to have a toolbox of retrospective exercises which you can use to design a retrospective. Before having a retrospective meeting, you want...
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Getting Things Done

No, not the book and personal productivity method by David Allen, though somewhat related in intent. I’m talking about getting things done in software development. Traditional...
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Measuring Productivity In Software Development Teams

Most software development companies measure productivity of teams and individuals. Those measurements are then used to rate the individual or group performance. Numbers are so nice,...
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Validation and Uncertainty

What an extraordinary conversation I had recently on Twitter. It started with Neil Killick’s statement that we should not consider our stories truly done until validated by actual...
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How Timelines Help Project Managers Track Progress

… no matter if it’s agile, Scrum, Kanban, SAFe, lean, XP or some mix of these methodologies. Project managers want to track progress in any software development project,...
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