Agile is everywhere. There are tons of materials about Agile. There are tons of talks about Agile. There are even whole conferences focused on Agile. Agile is simply everywhere. That is a well-known fact. But did you know that software developers do not need it?
Videos on Scrum and Agile Project Management
User Story Mapping is one of the most powerful collaboration tools for planning complex development activities. However, what are the differences between a good story map and a great one? How does one design and lead a great mapping session?
Boiling frogs and Lean transformation often have at least one thing in common: Do it quickly, but not quickly enough, and the subject might jump overboard. Changing behaviours, influencing culture and moving forwards on the path towards Lean or Agile is hard work. More often than not, the advice dispensed is “it depends”.
“How well is your delivery team doing?” That seems like a straightforward question for an Agile team, but it is more complicated that it might sound at first. Do we know what it means to “do well” or is it one of those things that is different to everyone?
Do you have a nagging feeling that your Scrum team may not be investing in building the right thing? Do your products have features that are rarely or never used? Does it take your organization the full investment of building and launching a product to validate an idea?
There is often a vacuum between the company vision and the final outcome of software development projects, causing late validation and low value. This vacuum is present in pretty much all companies, caused by a wrong and ill-conceived product delivery approach.
How should you actually implement Continuous Delivery in Scrum projects? This video explains how easy it is for a Continuous Delivery implementation to be unsuccessful, how the Theory Of Constraints works, how to apply the Five Focussing Steps to Continuous Delivery, and how to home in on the constrained activities that are your keys to success.