As we reflected on what made 2017 such a special year for LeadingAgile, we just couldn’t resist the opportunity to share some of our most memorable moments with all of you. May your holidays be happy and your 2018 be productive. We’ll see you next year.
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This year, Tricia was the Agile2017 conference Chair and in this video, she discusses how the conference has grown and changed over the years. Also, she speaks about how the speakers are chosen and how the organizers try to provide a variety of things to do for attendees to self-care and stay fresh. Midway through […]
Clients engage companies like ours because they are interested in improving their performance. “Performance” for a corporate IT department means effectiveness in delivering application software functionality to support business objectives, maintaining and operating the technical infrastructure, and handling any issues that arise in production. Most of the organizations we talk to have no idea how […]
Part of the problem writing about agile…speaking about agile… talking to others about agile… trying to get an organization to adopt agile… or even building a company to lead agile transformations… is that there is no common definition of agile. There is no accepted best practice. Agile is a set of beliefs that inform culture, […]
Teams in agile are a very specific construct. Teams are made up of 6 to 8 people… sometimes a person or two more, sometimes a person or two less… but the idea is that everyone should be able to talk to everyone else and pay attention to what each other are doing. They should be […]