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SLIM – Agile Framework That Scales You Down

In the growing popularity of Agile, there have been numerous attempts to scale the practice and make it fit the large company structure. SoS, LeSS, SAFe, DAD and many more attempts to modify Scrum, Kanban and other methods. However, when doing so it becomes easy to lose their essence. Thus coming up with practices that …

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All You Need To Know About: Agile

Over the years, we have written a lot about Agile. Whether you’re just looking for fundamentals or want to know what’s coming next, you will most certainly find it in this blog. However, you would in fact have to look and we don’t want to bother you, so instead here is a list of our …

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Scale Agile with DAD

Keeping up with our previous coverage of scaled Agile approaches, this time we want to bring Disciplined Agile Delivery otherwise known as DAD to your attention. Like other similar frameworks it focuses on bringing the small scale practices into the big leagues and on shaping them to fit the new rules. Compared to previously discussed …

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SoS vs LeSS vs SAFe – Which One Is Right For You?

As the need for scaling Agile practices grows, there is also a growing confusion about which of them are the best and which will actually fit your needs. At the first glance, most of the scaled approaches may look the same but in reality picking the right one is key for successful application. To help …

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All About the Scrum of Scrums

It is becoming more and more evident that the future of Agile lies in large companies and scaled approaches. It may be hard to believe at first, but the data of Agile usage in 2015 proves this is where the methodology is going next. One of the most popular ways to scale Agile today is …

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LeSS – scaled agile that keeps the small team vibe

As the summer is slowly but surely taking over our minds, the office life becomes slower and more relaxed. Most large projects are put off or have extended deadlines and most of our team is missing at some point or another. This is why summer is a great time to reflect on your teamwork, achievements …

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