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Zombie Scrum

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A year ago, your organization adopted the Scrum framework. Scrum helped you break down functional silos, improve communication with stakeholders, increase collaboration on your team and across teams, and facilitate cross-disciplinary skill development among staff members. It was exciting at first. Everyone was engaged and everyone was enthusiastic. Stable teams were established, and work was […]

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The Real Work of an Agile Transformation

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The work of Enterprise Agile Transformation

A truly Agile organization will always have these three things in place: Cross-functional teams Clearly articulated backlogs The ability to produce incremental, working, tested software. Anything that gets in the way of making these three things a reality is considered an impediment and removing the impediments is the work of an Agile Transformation. Mike and Dennis […]

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Staying on Course With Agile

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You may have heard that agile is just a bunch of cowboy programmers doing whatever they want; there is no rigor or discipline and best of all…NO more documentation. You may have heard about the agile zealots and that teams are full of these so called “agilistas” just spewing out code with no concern for […]

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Takin’ it to the Streets: Agile Day Atlanta 2017

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What if—for one day—you could get some of the most brilliant minds in Agile to share their best ideas for solving tough problems facing your business today? That’s what Agile Day Atlanta is all about: getting those minds together, so you can “take it to the streets” in your company. We’ll kick off with an […]

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