Imagine this… You’re living in a “perfect” world and you have a number of features/projects you’ve committed to do this year. Since we’re living in a perfect world they will all finish On-Time, On-Budget and with 100% of the requested Scope. Which of the scenarios would you prefer (and why)? Scenario A – All projects start January […]
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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.
Baby boomers are slowly exiting the workforce, and the millennials are taking over. In 2017, an estimated 50% of employees were born between 1981 and 1997. As this new generation makes its mark, employers are faced with a new challenge—how to cater to the younger millennials. These fresh-faced people view the world through a lens […]
There’s a problem with technical debt in the software field. Well, yeah. Okay. Sure. Actually, I didn’t mean that problem. I meant this one: Many people seem to be willing to incur technical debt in situations that don’t call for it. This article by Nishi Grover Garg, Paying Off the Technical Debt in Your Agile Projects, is representative of the […]
I had just started to read through a fun little exercise by Nick Raboy to get my feet wet with Vue.js when a phrase stopped me cold: The author described the Axios HTTP library as “dead simple.” It so happened that earlier in the week I had stumbled across a 2011 talk by Rich Hickey, […]