Agile

5 Types Of Agile Users In Your Team

When introducing any sort of an organizational change, it is normal to face fear, distrust and even anger. Agile is no different and we tend to have specific reactions to hearing the news of it coming into our processes. In fact, the reactions are so specific, they can actually be named. Thus this week i …

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4 Signs Agile Is Not For You

Today project management community is buzzing about Agile. Since its move from small developer groups into the large corporate field, everyone seems to want a piece. And really I am not one to blame them. Agile has proved to improve productivity, make processes more efficient and have an outcome that is more likely to be …

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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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The Agile Transition: Scrum Master vs. Project Manager

Making an Agile transition is a full on organizational change. Workflows, processes and even team roles need to be adjusted. However, all of it can be tricky as well. Understanding the key roles of Scrum often has a direct effect on the methodology succeeding or failing. And one of the most common misconceptions is that …

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8 Agile Habits To Get Rid Of Today

We are all creatures of habit. Taking the same road to work, drinking our morning coffee and mostly having a time proven routine for anything and everything we do. However as there are good habits, there are also bad ones that can put us at a disadvantage in the long run.  Agile or work environment is …

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5 Agile Boards Used By Non-Developers

If you follow this blog, Agile application in industries other than software development is nothing new. However, while I often discuss on how to apply the methods in various situations, i have not before actually shown you how it look s in real life. Agile is beautiful in the sense that it can literally take …

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Has Your Team Become Agile Zombies?

By now, Agile is synonymous with change and improvement. Teams are practicing it to be better, create according to customer needs and to deliver faster. However, is taking on the methodology of improvement enough? Or are you still facing a risk of failing? Christiaan Verwijs has a definite answer to this question and that is …

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Scrumban User Cheat Sheet

The last of my cheat sheets (so far) comes in the form of Scrumban. A mixed Agile approach that aims to merge the two most popular practices Scrum and Kanban. While some say that this is the most unstable and changing approaches of the three, there are still some things that stay the same no …

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Kanban User Cheat Sheet

Ever felt lost about the Kanban terms or wanted to have a quick check whether you are doing it right? Below is another handy Agile framework cheat sheet combined just for that! Check it for a quick reminder on how to move forward. WIP limits, planning triggers or just about anything else you might need.

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Scrum User Cheat Sheet

Just started applying Scrum and still find it difficult to understand all of the different terms and rules? The two different backlogs, roles, meetings and everything else is quite confusing at first. However, there is no need to worry as I am here to help! Grab this handy cheat sheet and enjoy quick Scrum facts for …

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