The life of an agile digital creator is riddled with decisions. How do you decide which new features to implement, and which ones to ignore? How do you select the customers or clients you would enjoy working with? How do you choose an employee who is the best fit for your team?
Videos on Scrum and Agile Project Management
Anti-Patterns are like patterns, only more informative. With anti-patterns you will first see what patterns reoccur in “bad”Agile retrospectives and then you will see how to avoid, or remedy, the situation.
In this presentation, Bas Vodde shares the creation of LeSS and within that side-track on explaining better how LeSS works. LeSS is a lightweight (agile) framework for scaling Scrum to more than one team. It was extracted out of the experiences of Bas Vodde and Craig Larman while Scaling Agile development in multiple different types of companies, products and industries over the last ten years.
What would be made possible if you could unleash the intelligence and creativity of everyone in the Scrum team? Liberating Structures are a collection of easy-to-learn facilitation patterns that make this possible. They are field tested, rooted in complexity science and freely shared under a creative commons license.
Scrum Product Owners do everything to drive the direction of the products and inspire the Agile team to work on a transcendental goal. They achieve this that by acting as an incredibly awesome team that works across functions, listening to customers and each other. Do you want to be a really awesome Product Owner team?
Its increasingly common that Agile software development teams are distributed across multiple offices, in different countries, all working remotely on the same product or project. But how do you make this work well? There seem to be a number of readily accepted tenants of conventional wisdom to help deal with leading distributed teams, from seeming good ideas “teams must be co-located” to ones that are purely economic “offshore teams can be run at a far lower cost”.
This presentation explores some uncomfortable realities about many present approaches and attitudes to product ownership in Agile and Scrum teams. Then, it journeys into the past to discover the top secret superpower that all teams working towards agility have, but often forget.