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Comfortable Being Uncomfortable

by Jim Highsmith, 28 February 2014 | The Agile Blogosphere

A couple of years ago I was talking to the CEO of a medium-sized company. “We started the year with 10 strategic initiatives,” he said. “It’s now May and we’ve scrapped 4 of them and added 3 new ones. We are committed to being agile and flexible in our approach to business, but at this […]The post Comfortable Being Uncomfortable appeared first on Jim Highsmith.

SAFe – Good But Not Good Enough

by Ron Jeffries, 27 February 2014
The Agile Blogosphere

I recently took the SAFe SPC training, with instructors Jennifer Fawcett and Al Shalloway. My bottom line assessment is that it will be a marketing success, organizations trying it...
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Why Self-Organization Is a Luxury

by Olga Kouzina, 26 February 2014
The Agile Blogosphere

I continue exploring deep reasons behind various phenomena in agile software development. It’s amazing, how often the universal principle of entropy manifests itself in the  relatively...
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Open Agile Adoption

by Joe Little, 22 February 2014
The Agile Blogosphere

Open Agile Adoption is an ‘open’ approach to adopting and evolving agile, eg, in a given company. By ‘open’ we mean that we are getting the people that will...
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The First Org Chart

by David Koontz, 20 February 2014
The Agile Blogosphere

Real leaders know how to draw an org. chart.  When did the leaders ego grow so big as to invert the  diagrams purpose and meaning?The first organizational chart (How...
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Keeping Everybody Happy with Separate Agile Systems

Agile systems provide better predictability, progress visibility and collaboration, but many organizations fail to realize the benefits throughout their entire organization. Why? They...
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Restaurant Simulation Kanban

by David Koontz, 9 February 2014
The Agile Blogosphere

How would you visualize the value stream of a restaurant?A great teaching example for a team wishing to start Kanban. How do you like to visualize the concurrent activities of beverage...
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How to Structure Your Agile Enterprise

  First of all… this is a really, really, really big topic. If we are lucky, we’ll get a start and maybe lay a foundation for future conversations. My goal in the next 1000...
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The Top Five Agile Methodology PPTs

by Torrey Dye, 4 February 2014
The Agile Blogosphere

Are you looking for the best Agile Methodology PPTs? Check out our the LeadingAgile list of the best Agile Methodology PPTs! We have scoured the web to pull together a list of the greatest Agile...
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Sprint v Iteration

Chris Oldwood asked me about the difference (as I see it) between the Scrum concept of Sprint and Iteration in XP. Although the terms “Sprint” and “Iteration” are often bandied...
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Battle Plans for the Self Disorganized

As agilists, we all hear a lot about self-organizing teams.  I'm pretty sure I have already aired several, probably conflicting, opinions about self-organizing teams, like "someone...
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Question: How do I implement Scrum?

by Joe Little, 31 January 2014
The Agile Blogosphere

Question from Denise: My organization has decided to go from Waterfall to Agile SCRUM. I have experience with SCRUM, but very little experience implementing it. I was wondering if anybody...
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The Three Things You Need to Scale Agile Successfully

by Steve Wolfe, 30 January 2014
The Agile Blogosphere

So: you’re thinking about taking on this “scaled Agile” thing. Maybe you're feeling pressured to deliver new features your customers have been demanding, but you don't know which...
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