Some estimates say that 80% of Software development projects are now global. According to these trends, if you work in or manage a co-located team, it will not last long. There are two approaches to global projects: outsourcing and distributed teams. My concern is distributed teams, where team members can work from a location of their choice.
Videos on Scrum and Agile Project Management
Jeff Sutherland and Ken Schwaber met for the first time together in Europe at the ESE conference in Zürich. For the closing keynote they discussed on the theme “Agile Development in the Enterprise: Transforming the Way of Work”.
Software defects are annoyances for everyone. If your organization is like most, you have a large queue of defects waiting to be fixed. It’s probably not realistic to think you will get around to fixing all of these bugs; so, you need to consider other approaches. Janet Gregory, author of the book Agile Testing with Lisa Crispin, facilitated a workshop to help you develop a strategy for how your team can address defects in an agile manner.
Agile estimating and planning in a Scrum project will not prevent your boss from asking: “Will you make the date?” This video explains how to use Scrum and the “Cone of Uncertainty” to provide an answer like: “60% probability.”
This short video looks at some of the roles played in an Agile Team with a particular focus on Project Manager and Iteration Manager.
This presentation presents the successful transformation of group of projects with 150+ people in one of the biggest investment bank. It talks about cross-component, cross-functional feature teams, joined architectural workshops and multiple backlogs. The present shares experience about lessons learned, successes and achievements, mistakes, improvements and, of course, innovations.
How in the world do agile teams produce real value every few weeks? In this video, Lyssa Adkins explains how agile puts the business in the driver’s seat to slice the wedding cake of value one slice at a time.