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Agile Transformation:8 Mindset-Shifts During Agile Adoption

Agile Transformation:8 Mindset-Shifts During Agile Adoption | Agile (project) management | Scoop.it
Find 8 Mindset-Shifts Different Roles in Organization Go Through During Agile Adoption.
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Guide pour l'acquisition de projets informatiques agiles

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Un guide pratique produit par http://www.swissict.ch

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Agility Is Within Reach

Agility Is Within Reach | Agile (project) management | Scoop.it
With strategic responsiveness and organizational flexibility, you can move quickly when your industry changes.
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Développement : seulement 36 % des projets livrés dans les délais

Le retard des livrables serait-il une spécificité du développement logiciel à l'européenne ? C’est une des conclusions qu’on peut tirer des derniers chiffres publiés par le cabinet d’études Evans Data, d’après une enquête réalisée auprès de 1 200 développeurs en Amérique du Nord ainsi que dans les zones Emea (dont l'Europe) et Asie-Pacifique.

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L'article sous-entend sans le dire que l'abandon de projet c'est "mal". Or constater tôt que la rentabilité ne sera pas au rendez-vous et donc que l'investissement est à risque est signe d'une bonne gouvernance du projet. Le critère "abandon" n'est pas en soi pertinent.

De même, le critère délai est considéré comme prioritaire. Un des principes agile est la satisfaction du client, et il n'en est fait nulle mention dans cet article.

Pour conclure, la comparaison "méthodes classiques" vs "méthodes agiles" ne fait en soit pas de sens, car chacune de ces méthodes fait du sens appliquée dans l'environnement adéquat: en situation prédictible, les méthodes (justement) prédictives sont performantes. En situation de grande incertitude (non prédictible), les méthodes agiles seront les plus pertinentes.

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exampm's comment, March 12, 6:59 AM
Bonjour,

Je vous rejoins absolument sur votre conclusion (même si je nuancerais le reste). Sur la toile, on n’entend pas assez ce discours à mon sens.
Malheureusement la tendance actuelle est très axée sur ces comparaisons pour mettre en avant les méthodes agiles.

En renvoyant vers cet article je démontre simplement qu’il est possible de se servir de n’importe qu’elle étude pour pointer une méthode et que les chiffres avancés par certains pour comparer les méthodes sont faux.
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How do we deal with complexity?

How do we deal with complexity? | Agile (project) management | Scoop.it
Is today any more volatile, uncertain, complex or ambiguous (VUCA) than previous ages? That's up for debate, but nobody denies that volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity are major chall...

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2 Dozen Weird Agile Metrics Ideas

2 Dozen Weird Agile Metrics Ideas | Agile (project) management | Scoop.it
In a recent recording of our Meta-Cast, Josh and I went through a couple of questions from the audience. One of the questions surrounded what to measu...
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More On Why Managers Hate Agile

More On Why Managers Hate Agile | Agile (project) management | Scoop.it
When well executed, Agile is massively scalable and profitable
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Don't forget: Agile is not easy!

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Transforming Government at the Ministry of Justice

Transforming Government at the Ministry of Justice | Agile (project) management | Scoop.it

The UK Ministry of Justice shares how it leverages Agile to better understand and address user needs in a new post “Transforming Government at the Ministry of Justice.”

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CIO as Agility Leader: Shall you Build an Agile Community of Practice

CIO as Agility Leader: Shall you Build an Agile Community of Practice | Agile (project) management | Scoop.it
Agile Community of Practice is all about collective wisdom.  Agile is expanding its horizon, from IT methodology to business philosophy; from best practice to next practice; from doing agile to being agile, and from agile team to the community of...

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HOW TO APPLY THE LEAN STARTUP METHODOLOGY TO YOUR ORGANIZATION


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lots of excellent tips

Claude Emond's curator insight, January 15, 10:33 AM

lots of excellent tips

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Lean and Agile Leadership with the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe)

Lean and Agile Leadership with the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) | Agile (project) management | Scoop.it
The Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) provides practices, roles activities and artifacts for applying Lean and Agile development at enterprise scale.
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What Influences the Mood of Agile Teams?

What Influences the Mood of Agile Teams? | Agile (project) management | Scoop.it
Team mood plays a key role in agile software development, as people are working closely together every day to iteratively deliver a product to their customers and satisfy the needs of their stakeholders. InfoQ would like to hear from you: What you think are the main factors that influence the mood of teams in agile?
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Defining ‘Done’ in Enterprise Agile

As we work with Agile at scale the definition of done for a team is only sufficient for the team.

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Estimates or #noestimates... It's All a Matter of Context -

Estimates or #noestimates... It's All a Matter of Context - | Agile (project) management | Scoop.it
I think I’ve found myself (somewhat accidentally) at the beginning of a series of posts called ‘debates I find useless… let’s move on’. The latest round of discussion that seems to have spiked (at least for me) this week is the whole ‘to estimate or not to estimate’ conversation. The answer to this question clearly …
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Nice article, good conclusion: "To have a rational conversation about what to estimate or how to estimate, we have to look at the nature of the problem we are trying to solve, the nature of the organization that is chartered to solve it, the investment and risk profile of what we are trying to build. We need to assess our tolerances for uncertainty. We don’t want to pretend we can estimate things we can’t estimate, but we also want to recognize that some things under some conditions can be estimated."

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10 Causes of Chaos in Agile Software Development

10 Causes of Chaos in Agile Software Development | Agile (project) management | Scoop.it
“Everything is so chaotic” “Seems like we are constantly in a state of chaos.” “Is agile always crazy and chaotic?” Chaos is a word I hear a lot lately while working with software development teams that are either initially adopting agile software development or possibly undergoing a Lean/Agile reshaping to… ...
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The Liquid Organization White Paper

The original “liquid organisation” model for governance, born from direct experience within Cocoon Projects and in use in a growing number of for profit and not-forprofit organisations willing to get liquid.

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Are agile trainers agile?

Are agile trainers agile? | Agile (project) management | Scoop.it
There are literally hundreds if not thousands of people out there who will train you to do Agile (and some will even try to convince you to be Agile). Some of them are certified, some are not. How many of them apply Agile to their own profession?
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Thanks Peter for your reflexion!!

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la Gestion de Projet Agile par Claude Emond

la Gestion de Projet Agile par Claude Emond | Agile (project) management | Scoop.it
4 valeurs, 4 pratiques et 10 principes , l'état d'esprit et les pratiques spécifiques observés dans les applications de l'agilité en projet, notamment : 1) la gestion «agile» des projets d'innovation et de développement de nouveaux produits...
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Learn or Lose: Agile Coaching and Organizational Survival

Learn or Lose: Agile Coaching and Organizational Survival | Agile (project) management | Scoop.it
How can established organizations avoid being disrupted into oblivion? What are the key cultural and mental barriers to real learning and productive change? How can Agile approaches and coaching help, and how should they be customized to local conditions? Dan Prager explores the issues and gives a guided tour of helpful models and approaches.
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Good paper, I recommand. Quote: "The Rosetta Stones presented above provide an overview and brief introduction to a number of overlapping and complementary models that can aid Agile practitioners in finding an effective model to help understand, discuss, and guide organizations that are embarking on the challenging journey of cultural evolution."

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Scrum Pig & Chicken (Part 1)

Scrum Pig & Chicken (Part 1) | Agile (project) management | Scoop.it
The Class Pig & Chicken cartoon will strike you as either funny, new, boring and old, a rehash, or stupid. Let's dig-in and discuss all of this!
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The New Agile: Why Is Agile So Popular?

The New Agile: Why Is Agile So Popular? | Agile (project) management | Scoop.it
Is it the cool name? Is it the actual successes? Is it the drawings with lots of loops in them?

Might be all, but above all else, there are the perceived...

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LEGO a great tool for your Agile Retrospectives

LEGO a great tool for your Agile Retrospectives | Agile (project) management | Scoop.it
Lego Retrospective A quite nice exercise that can be used in agile retrospectives is the LEGO Retrospective.
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Why is being Agile so Hard

Why is being Agile so Hard | Agile (project) management | Scoop.it

Doing Agile is only an engineering practice, but being agile is the multidisciplinary challenge from top-down and bottom-up.

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Comment échouer dans l’agilité

Comment échouer dans l’agilité | Agile (project) management | Scoop.it
Rares sont les personnes qui maîtrisent parfaitement l’agilité. C’est pourquoi il existe de nombreuses informations sur les méthodes agiles pour vous guider en
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