a blogblogest 2013

Mike Cottmeyer

What Is An Agile Team and How Do You Form Them?

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An agile team is not just any random group of people. An agile team is not a group of business analysts doing a daily standup to coordinate their work. It’s not a group of developers that meet every other week to do sprint planning. It’s not a project team with folks matrixed across two or […]

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The One Immutable Law of Adopting Agile

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I have three non-negotiables when it comes to running an agile transformation. If we are unwilling to create clear, well-articulated backlogs… if we are unwilling to form complete cross-functional teams… and if we are unwilling to produce working, tested software on regular intervals… we probably shouldn’t even get started. Without these three pre-conditions it is unlikely […]

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Why LeadingAgile?

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We are working on more video for the site to tell our story. This is the first stab.

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Cultural Judo – How to Change Culture Without Changing Culture

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There are a bunch of us out there that are super passionate about this notion of agile as a cultural framework… or a value system… or a mindset. If you’ve been following this blog for any length of time, I suspect you’ll know where I stand on this. I think that culture, values, and mindset […]

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Jim Cundiff Joins LeadingAgile

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LeadingAgile is proud to announce that Jim Cundiff has agreed to join our team as President and co-owner effective March 2nd. Jim has been a visionary leader in the agile community for the past 10 years, both as the Managing Director of the Scrum Alliance, and most recently as Principal and co-owner of Big Visible. […]

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