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A Visit from St. Agilist

A Visit from St. Agilist

Christmas may be behind us, but it's never too late (or too early) to think about the joy an Agile season can bring us!

Climbing the Scrum Ladder

Climbing the Scrum Ladder

We need to take a hard look at what it means to be an aspiring Scrum professional.

Kanban or Scrum

Kanban or Scrum

It is important to understand the contexts in which Scrum or Kanban can be used, thus ensuring that the best results can be achieved over time.

Leap to Leaner Agile: Kanban

Leap to Leaner Agile: Kanban

When a project has been realized and is in the support-and-maintenance stage, this is exactly when the team should embrace Kanban instead of Scrum. But there are more reasons for moving to Kanban.

Business Agility

Business Agility

We have seen common patterns related to agility in our experiences with clients across multiple industries, and all of these are tied to core Agile value and principles.

Agile Principles in a Conversation

Agile Principles in a Conversation

Each of the 12 Agile principles is important, and sometimes it is difficult to focus or pursue each principle individually.

The Many Hats of the Agile Coach

The Many Hats of the Agile Coach

As an Agile coach, I want to find the best way to help the people and the teams with whom I work. I have long been considering the different styles that the Agile coach uses, and how they fit together.

Implementing Agile for LEAs

Implementing Agile for LEAs

You might think that implementing Agile for law enforcement agencies (LEAs) is easy, but let me challenge that thinking.

A Short Guide to Understanding Scrum and Kanban

A Short Guide to Understanding Scrum and Kanban

Scrum and Kanban can produce similar results for a team, but their basic mechanisms are very different.

Corporate Culture in Failed Agile Transformations

Corporate Culture in Failed Agile Transformations

I have worked with teams who underwent a Scrum framework, and I have also talked to colleagues and friends from other organizations about their experiences. One thing that is common among transformation failures is the “absence of an Agile culture.”

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