While it is true to say that people’s attitudes and beliefs are key to implementing an agile project, or Agile in itself, much of the use of the term ‘mindset’ implies a mental model that can be defined and engineered.
Videos on Scrum and Agile Project Management
For a long time Spotify people have tried to convince the world that there is no “Spotify Model” and if there ever was one, Spotify isn’t using it anyway and you shouldn’t either. And yet, countless organizations are using the Spotify model to drive their Agile transformations and scale Agile, some of them claiming huge successes.
Getting Agile working at a team level is relatively straightforward. Overcoming challenges at scale is more difficult. In this video, two experts discuss using SAFe, Scrum@Scale, and LeSS to improve your organizational agility.
Business value, business value, business value. This presentation from Allan Kelly explores how to put a value on stories in a backlog while uncovering new requirements, elaborating specifications and valuable opportunities.
This presentation explains how Agile and Security works together in an Agile banking environment. Is Security conflicting with Agile methodologies? Scrum or Kanban, which one is better with Agile and fast and secure delivery?
Agile-in-the-small – a single team with a single product – is all about digital product thinking. Agile-in-the-large is a very different thing. This talk shows how combining industrial and digital thinking is the key to achieving autonomy with alignment, and they offer pragmatic advice and useful tools for achieving agility at scale.
Minimum Viable Product (MVP) is one of the most misunderstood, misused, and abused terms in contemporary software development. In this talk, Jeff Patton explains the misunderstandings made by thought leaders that lead to the confusion we all deal with today. You will learn the counter-intuitive concepts hidden in the term and why really using them is so hard.