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Crisp's Blog » What makes your team tick

Crisp's Blog » What makes your team tick | Agile Methods | Scoop.it
Working with Moving Motivators to find out what makes your team tick #agile @Management30 - @yassalsundman https://t.co/jFkaFYy50W
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Agile Metrics: A GQM Approach -

Agile Metrics: A GQM Approach - | Agile Methods | Scoop.it
When undertaking an Agile transformation, there is a need to collect data to demonstrate progress and show improvement, but where does one even start? Common Agile metrics approaches do well at measuring team velocity and throughput but can sometimes overlook the requirements of executive sponsors, product management, and other key stakeholders. This problem is often …
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Who's Afraid of Emergent Design?

Who's Afraid of Emergent Design? | Agile Methods | Scoop.it
A hallmark of lightweight software development methods is the notion of emergent design. The idea is that the design of the solution will emerge little by little as we build up the code in small increments, typically using test-driven development with very short red-green-refactor cycles. When it goes well, we avoid a number of problems. We …
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The T-Shaped Product Manager | Roman Pichler

The T-Shaped Product Manager | Roman Pichler | Agile Methods | Scoop.it
Find out how you can become a competent product manager and develop a t-shaped skills profile that enables you to do a great job.
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The Work of an Agile Transformation

The Work of an Agile Transformation | Agile Methods | Scoop.it
Mike and Dennis discuss what LeadingAgile considers to be the work of an Agile Transformation. Removing organizational impediments to agility.
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Crisp's Blog » Security Test-Driven Development – Spreading the STDD-virus

Crisp's Blog » Security Test-Driven Development – Spreading the STDD-virus | Agile Methods | Scoop.it
Agile development with short release cycles have been here for a while now. Most of us want fast feedback loops and many even Continuous Delivery with changes in production software everyday. However, most of us also want secure software and the question is: Can security engineering keep up the pace? A fast feedback that your read more »
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An Introduction to Objectives and Key Results (OKRs)

An Introduction to Objectives and Key Results (OKRs) | Agile Methods | Scoop.it
Introduction In late January I was working on a final draft of one of my metrics articles when someone suggested I take a look at OKRs.
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Crisp's Blog » 4+3+2+1 Team Success Factors

Crisp's Blog » 4+3+2+1 Team Success Factors | Agile Methods | Scoop.it
It takes a whole team to be awesome. #agile #teams #success is never the result of one person. Ever. @JimmyJanlen
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Definition of Done - DZone Agile

Definition of Done - DZone Agile | Agile Methods | Scoop.it
In any organization, there can be varying definitions of the word ''done.'' Which one is the right one? Is there such a thing?
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Tips for Designing and Leveraging Great Kanban Boards

Tips for Designing and Leveraging Great Kanban Boards | Agile Methods | Scoop.it
Introduction I’ve been working on an article about the SAFe Program Kanban, and found myself mixing in a number of basic Kanba
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Scrum Master – Be an Impediment-Removing Ninja - DZone Agile

Scrum Master – Be an Impediment-Removing Ninja - DZone Agile | Agile Methods | Scoop.it
A key focus of the Scrum Master is to remove impediments and distractions that might negatively impact the team’s progress or results – by any means necessary!
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Product Backlog Tips

Product Backlog Tips | Agile Methods | Scoop.it
Ten practical tips to help you work with your product backlog effectively and prevent it from becoming too big and complex.
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Live from Agile and Beyond: An Executive's Guide to Leading a Large Scale Agile Transformation. -

Edit: Live Stream was swapped out for a recording since the internet connection at the conference was unstable. Join us as Mike explores the change management and engagement techniques necessary to make sure you are building meaningful organizational support as you engage the enterprise. He’ll discuss how to build and execute a change management strategy to …
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Agile Estimation: Principles

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Which principles are behind an agile estimation so good for fast and accurate estimates especially in constantly changing projects?
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Crisp's Blog » Making sense of MVP (Minimum Viable Product) – and why I prefer Earliest Testable/Usable/Lovable

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MVP is actually a buzz word ... but most of the time, not understood. It's not the list of mandatory functionalities ! not at all ! Eric Ries said : "The Minimum Viable Product (MVP) is that version of new product which allows a team to collect the maximum amount of validated learning about customers with the least effort."
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How to build product: Let's start with the business

How to build product: Let's start with the business | Agile Methods | Scoop.it
How to build a product in an agile way? We will start with a description of business with Lean Canvas, Elevator statement, and Value Proposition Canvas.
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Avez-vous la GEMBA attitude ? par Rose-Hélène Humeau

Avez-vous la GEMBA attitude ? par Rose-Hélène Humeau | Agile Methods | Scoop.it
L’approche Gemba a été reprise en partie par le MBWA (Management By Walking Around) qui met en avant le fait que les managers doivent aller eux-mêmes constater sur le terrain la réalité des choses. Et vous, au quotidien, êtes-vous plutôt du genre « fin limier » sans supposition arbitraire, ou plus souvent « détective en…
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Crisp's Blog » Warning! These 6 Pitfalls Will Slow Down Your Organization

Crisp's Blog » Warning! These 6 Pitfalls Will Slow Down Your Organization | Agile Methods | Scoop.it
You have probably read about “at scale” implementations, activity based offices, globally distributed teams, SAFe, Agile transformations and outsourcing. Beware. Danger can be lurking beneath the surface of these popular phenomena. 1. The Pitfall of Globally Distributed Teams “When it comes to software development, nothing beats working together at the same location. I get answers read more »
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Getting from Idea to Value with the ART Program Kanban

Getting from Idea to Value with the ART Program Kanban | Agile Methods | Scoop.it
Introduction Readers of this blog will be no strangers to the fact that I'm a strong believer in the value of kanban visualization a
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Crisp's Blog » Design Studio – Power Method to Innovate and Discover the Solution

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Crisp's Blog » Feature Verification Funnel

Crisp's Blog » Feature Verification Funnel | Agile Methods | Scoop.it
You have a feature to implement, and there are several implementation solutions available. How do you choose the best one? Start out with all your potential solutions for a feature idea. Next, filter based on how the solutions perform using a set of verification methods. Finally, implement the feature knowing that you’ve found the solution read more »
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« CELEBRATION GRID »© ou comment récompenser l’expérimentation par Rose-Hélène Humeau

« CELEBRATION GRID »© ou comment récompenser l’expérimentation par Rose-Hélène Humeau | Agile Methods | Scoop.it
La Celebration Grid © définie par Jurgen Appelo dans sa démarche de Management 3.0 est un outil qui distingue les sources d’apprentissage et s’appuie sur les constats suivants : Une erreur est très peu source de progrès On crée une nouvelle bonne pratique par une initiative réussie On apprend en cherchant à comprendre pourquoi une…
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Playing the Agile Self-assessment Game | All About Agile

The Agile Self-Assessment Game helps teams to discover how agile they are and what you can do to increase their agility. I played this game at the XP Days Benelux conference. Here's how this went. More →
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