When do you try to scale Agile? Should you even try? Are there alternatives to scaling Agile? Every organization has many choices when it comes to answering these questions. Here’s our take, from a recent panel I participated in.
Will Agile Coaching become extinct someday? What does the future hold for the merging of Agile and Organizational Development.
The Agile Community likes to tell you that you, and your organization sucks. Stop listening to them. Odds are you and your organization are quite healthy and you’re doing great things.
The right-way and wrong-way to build an MVP image needs debunking. Cutesy diagrams might satisfy one of our cognitive biases, but they’re wrong and harmful. Here’s an alternative way to think about MVPs.
Play comes naturally to us, yet it can be seen as not being appropriate for serious business. Learn what a group of people from Canadian Business learned during a brief introduction to Lego Serious Play.
I visited a pretty cool company this morning and the person who gave me the tour showed me their architecture diagram. It was made of sticky notes! I was surprised because it's only the 2nd time I've seen any organization, regardless of size, do something like this....
Agile practitioners and change managers: you have much more in common than you might think.
Using Problem Stories can put the focus where is should be: Why are we doing the work we’re doing? What problem are we solving and who are we solving it for?
Networked businesses are the way of the future. Organizations without boundaries will replace internally focused organizations that are closed off to the rest of the world.
Best practices. No other term has offended more Agile Coaches. But are there best practices in Agile? I think yes.