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Posts by Isaac Hogue

Roadmapping with Enterprise Agile – Balancing Capacity Against Demand

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Frequently I’m asked: There is a seemingly endless set of good ideas that are demanding capacity in our organization, how do we make our demand and capacity visible so that we can create a roadmap that will best balance demand against capacity? This is the key question that most organizations are struggling to answer while […]

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The Next Most Important Thing

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Finding your next most important thing is critical and requires clarity. As teams begin thinking about how to address their meetings, the topic of a previous post, its critical that they first identify where the team needs to focus its energy over the next 1-3 months, or the “next most important thing” the team needs to do […]

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Meetings, Meetings, and More Meetings

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Why on earth do I need to spend so much of my time in a meeting? This is an absolutely sane question that most of the team members wind up asking at some point in time while I am coaching an organization towards more adaptive management techniques. Regardless of the role, there are other things beyond […]

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Identifying an Agile Transformation Scorecard

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In a previous post, I asked the question of how can we tell if we are succeeding with an enterprise agile transformation.  In the post I’ll close with the notion of using a balanced scorecard for signaling progress towards the transformation’s core business drivers. A couple of comments were shared after the last post was published […]

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