Scrum Roles vs Job Titles – Learning in a Digital / Agile Transformation

As we have been taking our organization through an Agile Transformation as a part of an overall Digital Transformation, we have been leading extensive training across our business lines and technology teams. One of the most common questions as we discuss Scrum, is around job titles and role. In scrum, Continue reading Scrum Roles vs Job Titles – Learning in a Digital / Agile Transformation

Principles behind the Agile Manifesto

The Agile Manifesto is backed or supported by 12 principles that describe the implementation approach. As mentioned in a related post, Agile is often blown up to a far more complex idea, with a misguided thinking that to be agile it means certain tools, specific techniques or other miscellaneous trivia. Continue reading Principles behind the Agile Manifesto

Agile Manifesto

The Manifesto for Agile Software Development came out of a discussion among 17 people in the Utah mountains. The story around the start in the Snowbird  ski resort is an interesting read, but fundamentally it is about looking for a better way of doing software development, and by extension, almost Continue reading Agile Manifesto

Design Thinking

Design thinking is an approach that can be stand alone or a critical part if an agile delivery approach. It is at it’s heart, about inspecting and adapting, using iterative approaches to build value. The approach offers a number of great benefits, to include: Quicker Starts – Since there does Continue reading Design Thinking