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The Agile Coach on ‘Individuals and interactions over processes and tools’

It’s one seemingly simple word repeated four times in the Manifesto for Agile Software Development http://www.agilemanifesto.org Over Experience has shown me that some folks overlook the meaning of this word, sometimes leading to a fundamental misunderstanding of the entire Agile Manifesto. … Continue reading

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Re-Imagining the Agile Manifesto

Another Agile conference has come and gone, and as usual, there was plenty to learn in Nashville this year (besides packing walking shoes for the Gaylord). The biggest piece I took away from last week might be how we view … Continue reading

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SUCCESS = RESULTS – EXPECTATIONS (Part 1 of 2)

When I talk with people learning about agile software, I often play the game Presto Manifesto where the room talks about what it means to have a successful project and then breaks up into groups and – based on their … Continue reading

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