How can you achieve a modern Agile organization? Starting from the description of the version 1.0 and 2.0 of organizations, Zuzi Šochová explains how to transition to a new Agile work organization that relies team and communication more than on individuals.
Your product roadmap can basically set your life course as a designer/researcher so why is it so often that user feedback can get lost in the discussion over “Feasibility” of implementation. Without a clear roadmap, research and design can often not have the lead time needed for activities. This leads to a state of forever catching up and being reactionary.
Confessions of a serial product owner is a short guide to a business person aiming for becoming an excellent product owner in Agile and Scrum projects. It was written in 2009 and is based on the personal experience of Anna Forss.
Shifting responsibilities from a “command and control” organization towards self-organized teams is not easy. In her article “Managing Product Teams for Success”, Teresa Torres discusses the challenges that you face when you try manage product teams by outcomes.
Digité has announced the launch of SwiftEnterprise 5.0, their new AI-driven product for Enterprise Project Intelligence. Digité Co-founder and CEO, AV Sridhar, said, “With SwiftEnterprise 5.0, we have launched Digité as a provider of Enterprise Project Intelligence to help organizations accelerate their Lean/ Agile and Digital Transformation initiatives. Digité has been at the forefront of Lean/ Agile development and management solutions, providing rich insight with data-driven predictive analytics to technology organizations. With AI and Machine Learning gaining ground in enterprises, SwiftEnterprise 5.0 and all our other products now leverage AI and ML to provide new and hitherto unexplored insights into project teams and management about their project delivery performance.”
The common wisdom is that Agile need Kanban teams to do the work that the Scrum Teams can’t do yet as well as the stuff that you don’t want your Scrum Teams to be distracted by. There is however much more to Kanban than meets the common agilist’s eye.