Dan LeFebvre is the founder of DCL Agility, LLC, a provider of agile and Scrum coaching, training, and transition services. He is a Certified Scrum Coach with over twenty years in software product development as a developer, manager, director, and coach. He has been applying agile practices to successfully deliver products since 2003.
Dan spent two years as the internal agile coach for a local software company. During his tenure, he introduced and rolled out Scrum across the 700 person engineering organization. This resulted in increased visibility into the development process and a reduction in defects by 60% in 18 months.
Dan holds a Masters degree in Computer Science from Boston University. He is a Certified Scrum Master, Certified Scrum Professional, and Certified Scrum Coach.
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Language for Discussing Releases
"I'm taking off a letter grade because this wasn't turned in on the due date." "Don't be late!" Growing up, we quickly understand that being late is a bad thing. So when a project runs behind, we do whatever it takes to turn it around, even if those behaviors do more harm than good. Agile projects need a to discuss releases in a way that removes the guilt and focuses on appropriate action.