Tag Archives: Agile Transformation

Top 10 Tips for Measuring Agile Success

Choosing the right agile metric to measure agile success is really simple, right? I wish that were the case, but in reality choosing the correct agile metric can be a little tricky. So, how do you get the most out … Continue reading

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The Trojan Retrospective – From Crickets to Conversations

This blog is part of a series on “Agile Trojan Horses – Covert Appetizers for Agile Discovery.” This series is intended to help spark conversations that restore focus on agile fundamentals, whet the appetite to discover more about agile, and … Continue reading

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Psssst! I Can Get You Fixed Cost AND Fixed Dates!!

I have an offer you can’t refuse… You don’t have to be afraid, just because I am Sicilian. I am talking about Product Development here, not “garbage collection”. I know it frustrates you that all this Agile stuff talks about … Continue reading

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Agile is NOT For You

Guest post from Daniel Gullo, Apple Brook Consulting You are talking with two consultants about how to transform your organization into an Agile development company so that you can go faster and keep ahead of your competitors. You explain to … Continue reading

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99 Problems But a Coach Ain’t One (Part 1 of 3)

This article is the first of a three-part series that provides insight into what it’s like to walk a mile in an agile coach’s shoes. Susan’s journey starts as an internal coach and then evolves to her current role as … Continue reading

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Agile Teams Should Sprint, But in the Same Direction as Enterprise PPM Strategy

  Guest post by James Chan, director, technical presales at CA Technologies I think we can all agree that agile techniques have made their way into large enterprises. As agile adoption crosses the threshold into large enterprises, agile teams sometimes … Continue reading

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5 Steps to Cultivating an Agile Culture

We’ve all heard the maxim change is difficult.  The reasons that change is hard are far too numerous to discuss in a single blog posting.  My intent here is to specifically focus on organizational agile transformations and the difficulty of … Continue reading

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Avoid Failure to Launch: Kick-Start Your Next Initiative

Guest post from two Davisbase consultants:  Adam Mattis and Leslie Morse The Challenge It’s a great day:  you wake up, the sun is shining, there is no traffic on the way to work, and when you get to the office… … Continue reading

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What is the Prerequisite of Success When Scaling Agility?

Guest post by Timofey Yevgrashyn, Ciklum Today more and more enterprises are looking into agile approaches as the answer to their needs. It doesn’t matter if a big company starts scaling agile with or without acting Scrum teams. What matters is … Continue reading

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Scaling Agile Your Way: How to Develop and Implement Your Custom Approach (Part 4 of 4)

In Part 1 of this four-part blog series, I explained why a cookie-cutter approach will not work as you undertake large-scale agile initiatives.  Each agile project has a unique context: assumptions, situation, team members and their skill sets, organizational structure, … Continue reading

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