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State of Agile: Still Scrumming After All These Years

Think Scrum’s days are numbered?  Think again. As excitement around lean software development and Kanban exploded around 2010, there was no shortage of people proclaiming that we had arrived in a post-Scrum world.  Some even went so far as to … Continue reading

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My Journey From Waterfall to Agile (and Back Again)

2007 – I had been working for several years as a traditional Project & Program Manager in the .com division of a Fortune 500 company. There was a constant cloud over my head. I didn’t really enjoy my work and had … Continue reading

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The Guide on the Side

I’ve delivered quite a few training classes over the last several years, most of them in how to effectively utilize Scrum and Agile tooling in the delivery of software. And yes, I’ve relied heavily on Powerpoint decks to get my message … Continue reading

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