The book Agile Project Management for Government is structured in three parts. The first part presents some case studies of Agile success in public administrations. The second part discusses the principles of the Agile Manifesto in the context of government software development. The final part identifies six barriers to Agile success and suggests how you can overcome these barriers.
If most of the open source projects for Scrum tools have ended being transformed in a limited offer that supports a main commercial product, this has not been the case for Kanban. The simplicity of the Kanban approach has allowed open source software developers to create and maintain Kanban tools based on various platforms.
Does Scrum ask too much of product owners? Is the role set up to fail? In this presentation, Allan Kelly looks at some of the problems Product Owners face… and tries to make some useful suggestions.
How do you know if your Scrum team is really Agile? Like predicting the weather, complex human systems need data analytics and statistical models over simple reporting, to understand what creates business agility from human behavior. This is the world of psychology, statistics, human behavior models.