Posts Tagged ‘Agile’

Thinking Differently About Agile Transformation:
The “LeadingAgile Way”

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Since coming onboard with LeadingAgile, I am continuously learning more about Agile Transformation and the market for our services.  Each day, I learn something new about why companies choose to work with us versus other consulting companies.  LeadingAgile is different and here is why… The way businesses operate and survive in today’s market is constantly […]

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Is Agile a Subset of Lean Manufacturing?

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If you hang around agilists long enough, someone will mention lean manufacturing, Toyota Production System or Kanban. Since these concepts predate Agile, you might wonder how they relate, and perhaps why lean manufacturing wasn’t directly applied to software (until perhaps recently with Lean/Kanban). You might wonder whether Agile is just a subset of Lean. What is […]

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The Daily Pre-Standup

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If you don’t find your standup effective, it may be due to a lack of proper preparation. Mike wrote a nice article on the daily stand-up meeting and why it probably isn’t effective for you. Once you’ve mastered those tips, consider your prep. Here’s small subset of things I consider before each standup. This varies by situation. Are […]

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Always Looking Ahead

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I’m always looking ahead to the next planning or the next estimating meeting. I teach this behavior to my clients whenever I’m coaching a new ScrumMaster or Product Owner. I start off by involving them in what I’m doing, showing what needs to be done and by explaining my thinking. The teaching is very experiential, yet incomplete in […]

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This Year’s Model – Hybrids

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Recently new models have began to emerge for how different organizations, especially larger, legacy organizations are approaching managing their projects, programs and portfolios. Over the next few posts I will be highlighting key aspects of a few of these “new” models, while pointing out key differences. I am also hoping to record a few podcasts on […]

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