You can’t build the right product if you can’t build the product right.
I tweeted that this morning, in response to a Twitter-vibe that was flitting around. I’d like to follow it up here with a bit more meat.
Learn more about our Scrum and Agile training sessions on WorldMindware.comMany teams that I work with choose their Sprint length without too much thought. Often enough, that’s...read more
Agile is not magical. Changing from a waterfall process to an agile process changes how your team works, and helps eliminate inefficiencies. . What makes agile powerful is also makes...read more
Change is often hard. But it is also important and much needed. That is why agile software development suggest to frequently inspect and adapt and promotes the usage of retrospectives...read more
Learn more about our Scrum and Agile training sessions on WorldMindware.comYou probably already use an Agile Estimation technique such as the Planning Game or the Bucket...read more
How to deliver more value faster? I’m constantly thinking about speed in software development. This article is a result of my thoughts. I built a model that describes all obvious...read more
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....read more
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...read more
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....read more
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...read more
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...read more
“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...read more
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...read more