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What it Means to be a Lean Startup - 3 Perspectives, and a Pretty Video

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"Keeping it lean" Video Challenge - Lean Startup Day @MaRSDD from MaRS Discovery District on Vimeo.

This video highlights three startups as they demonstrate - what does it mean to be lean as a startup?
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Teaching Scrum at Tesla, Talking Silicon Valley Agile Leadership Network

Teaching Scrum at Tesla, Talking Silicon Valley Agile Leadership Network | Agile Methods | Scoop.it
Tesla invited us to host Scrum training at the Tesla factory. We also spoke with the Silicon Valley Agile Leadership Network about how to scale Scrum.
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Crisp's Blog » Agile – where are we at? My slides from USI conference, Paris.

Crisp's Blog » Agile – where are we at? My slides from USI conference, Paris. | Agile Methods | Scoop.it
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Agile transformation with Henrik Kniberg @OCTO Technology | OCTO talks !

Agile transformation with Henrik Kniberg @OCTO Technology | OCTO talks ! | Agile Methods | Scoop.it
Henrik Kniberg is Agile/Lean coach at Crisp in Stockholm, speaker at international conferences and author of popular books about XP, Scrum, Kanban and Lean from the Trenches. Working primarily with Spotify and LEGO, he enjoys helping companies succeed with both the technical and human sides of software development. After his presentation at USI, Henrik had […]
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Le management «à la française» jugé par les étrangers

Le management «à la française» jugé par les étrangers | Agile Methods | Scoop.it
Individualiste, pas assez bienveillant, archaïque... Tels sont les clichés qui collent au management à la Française. Mais selon un livre de référence, les entreprises de l'Hexagone montrent des signes d'ouvertures. Explications.
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Le management par l’empowerment ou comment (re)trouver de la performance dans son organisation

Le management par l’empowerment ou comment (re)trouver de la performance dans son organisation | Agile Methods | Scoop.it
l'organisation responsabilisante
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I am not a Resource

When I tell colleagues and clients I’m not a resource, they often appear puzzled. “Aren’t you resourceful?” they ask. “I’d like to think so, on a good day,” I reply. “Then you’re a resource!” According to the glorious Internet, resourceful means Able to act effectively or imaginatively, especially in difficult situations. or Able to meet situations: capable …
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8 signs your agile isn't agile - Gembani Services Agile

These days in the tech industry Agile is a word that has a tendency to be used for everything / indiscriminately, as if the word itself could empower th
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DoD Kards | Un jeu pour cocréer la Définition de Fini en équipe

DoD Kards | Un jeu pour cocréer la Définition de Fini en équipe | Agile Methods | Scoop.it
Voici donc un nouveau jeu de cartes que nous avons créé avec mon collègue et ami Camilo Velasquez de Kleer : les DoD Kards. C’est un jeu de cartes dont le but est de réfléchir et de parvenir à un…
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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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Platon, un pionnier de la stratégie du changement ? - Le Cercle

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Crisp's Blog » The different roles in an agile team

Crisp's Blog » The different roles in an agile team | Agile Methods | Scoop.it
When creating a team meant to work in an agile setting, most people remember that there are supposed to be more people in it than developers. They might skim through the Scrum Guide and fill the roles of Product Owner and Scrum Master. What few do is to think about what other roles that are read more »
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Don't Estimate the Sprint Backlog Using Task Points - DZone Agile

Don't Estimate the Sprint Backlog Using Task Points - DZone Agile | Agile Methods | Scoop.it
An Agile thought leader discusses task points vs story points in a Scrum team's Sprint planning session, and which one produces better results for his team.
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Exerting Influence Without Authority

Exerting Influence Without Authority | Agile Methods | Scoop.it

Congratulations—you’ve been asked to lead a change initiative! But there’s a catch—its success hinges on the cooperation of several people across your organization over whom you have no formal authority. If you’re like most managers, you’re facing this sort of challenge more often these days because of flatter management structures, outsourcing, and virtual teams.


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The art of management is changing drastically. Old recipes no longer work. Must read !
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Dealing with Difficult Stakeholders and Team Members | Roman Pichler

Dealing with Difficult Stakeholders and Team Members | Roman Pichler | Agile Methods | Scoop.it
Tips for dealing with difficult stakeholders and team members and for navigating conflict as the product manager and product owner.
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Storypoints, hours or #noestimate?

How to choose the best estimation unit for your scrum team. Should you use storypoints, hours, count or even do not estimate at all?
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Replacing The User Story With The Job Story – Jobs to be Done

Replacing The User Story With The Job Story – Jobs to be Done | Agile Methods | Scoop.it
I’ve written about the problem with user stories before. At the time, I found it better to just have the team talk over proposed changes to the product. This worked great when the team had gelled and…
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Le professeur Isaac Getz parle de l'entreprise libérée chez OVH

Le professeur Isaac Getz parle de l'entreprise libérée chez OVH | Agile Methods | Scoop.it
« En tant que client, je suis plus rassuré de confier mes données à une entreprise libérée », explique l'auteur du livre Liberté et Cie
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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

Agile Estimation: Principles | Agile Methods | Scoop.it
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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