Learn more about our Scrum and Agile training sessions on WorldMindware.comA great, simple post from Mike Bowler…
Time: Teams that are writing code today that will be used by their customers tomorrow are very focused on what the customers actually need. Teams that are writing code today that won’t be seen by a customer for six months are less engaged.
Here is my talk from this AM at the #Agile2015 conference. Enjoy!
The Three Things You Need to Know to Transform Any Size Organization Into an Agile Enterprise from Mike Cottmeyer
I recently ran my first ever public workshop - a 1 day workshop called 'Agile Executive' which focuses on topics to help managers and executives that are embarking on...read more
What does the value of Transparency really mean?Nextgov: How do you define transparency?Fung: My definition is quite a bit different from the conventional wisdom about transparency....read more
In an agile transformation, one of the first things we work towards is to create an ability to deliver in a predictable manner. As described in our compass and our journey, there is...read more
Many development teams have found the microservices architectural
style to be a superior approach to a monolithic
architecture. But other teams have found them to be a
I don’t always follow the same story splitting approach when I need to split a story. It has become intuitive for me so I might not be able to write about everything I do or what...read more
Until now, I have only offered training & workshops as part of my consulting service to clients. Now, for the first time, I am offering an open workshop for managers...read more
This article was written by Haran Rasalingam and was first published on thetrainline engineering blog
The big selling point of Agile is the fast return on investment it promises. But...read more
I was teaching a private class a few weeks ago and a student in the class mentioned that his company had “already failed at Agile three different times.”
The way the statement...read more
I was recently watching an episode of Shark Tank. I loved the unfiltered statement from Kevin O’Leary (Mr. Wonderful) toward an entrepreneur seeking an investor in his company.
Predictability in software system delivery is as close to a Holy Grail as it comes in the IT industry. I’ve heard many people stress being able to have a predictable delivery cadence...read more
In my previous post on the first three Agile transformation failure modes, I focused on the LEADERSHIP aspects of failure: lack of real executive sponsorship, failure to transform...read more