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General Catalyst Backs Agile Software Development Shop For Government Orgs, OGSystems | TechCrunch

General Catalyst Backs Agile Software Development Shop For Government Orgs, OGSystems | TechCrunch | Agile | Scoop.it
OGSystems is announcing an undisclosed amount of funding from VC firm General Catalyst, and the appointment of Tad Elmer, an XIR at the firm and former CEO of..
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Agile 2012 State of the Union | Visual.ly

Agile 2012 State of the Union | Visual.ly | Agile | Scoop.it
What's the latest state of agile software development – what’s working, the extent of agile adoption, the industry's biggest challenges? This sur
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Why Your Organization Struggles with Agile | The Agile Management Blog

Why Your Organization Struggles with Agile | The Agile Management Blog | Agile | Scoop.it
It's the basics that are killing your organization's Agile effectiveness. You used to practice them, but then got sloppy. Or you never really learned to practice them that well before the need to scale was pressed upon you, and now
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Definition of Ready (DOR)

Definition of Ready (DOR) | Agile | Scoop.it
Definition of Ready specifies the criteria that a user story should satisfy, so that it can be picked up during sprint planning by the scrum team. It is important that the story should be well defi...
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Scrum: a 5-step guide for managers

Scrum: a 5-step guide for managers | Agile | Scoop.it
[Originally published on ThePeoplesForum 7/31/13]
Scrum is really very simple. Here’s a 5-step guide for managers and executives for starting a new Scrum process.
• Start with a clear product...
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Proof Agile Doesn't Work - Agile TV

Proof Agile Doesn't Work - Agile TV | Agile | Scoop.it
Whilst recently attending a networking event, I was asked what I do, to which I replied I'm an Agile & Lean consultant. Being that this was not a software
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Applying Agile Methodology To Marketing Can Pay Dividends: Survey

Applying Agile Methodology To Marketing Can Pay Dividends: Survey | Agile | Scoop.it
Marketing strategy consultancy CMG Partners today releases the results of its sixth-annual CMO's Agenda, "The Agile Advantage," a qualitative survey assessing the role and responsibilities of the chief marketer. CMG Partners conducted interviews with more than 40 CMOs, lead marketers, and Agile experts between July and October 2013 to cull [...]
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Agile Adoption Statistics 2012

Agile Adoption Statistics 2012 | Agile | Scoop.it
Agile adoption is increasing. According to the 2012 CHAOS report, Agile succeeds three times more often than waterfall. Here are a 10 of our favorite Agile-related statistics.
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Agile teamwork: When collaboration becomes groupthink

Agile teamwork: When collaboration becomes groupthink | Agile | Scoop.it
Quality assurance consultant Gerie Owen discusses how Agile teamwork can lead to groupthink if not tempered by Container Difference Exchange.
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Accountability in Scrum - Scrum Alliance

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Silicon Valley Isn't Innovative, It's Iterative: Four Proof Points

Silicon Valley Isn't Innovative, It's Iterative: Four Proof Points | Agile | Scoop.it
By Vinnie Lauria, Golden Gate Ventures The Silicon Valley stereotype is one of rugged American individualism and Darwinian survival: the brilliant inventor who risks it all to build a billion dollar company from a parent’s garage or a college dorm room. Outside-the-box thinking and self-reliance are viewed as fundamental to the [...]
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Twitter uses code refactoring to reduce risk and improve testing

Twitter uses code refactoring to reduce risk and improve testing | Agile | Scoop.it
Contributor George Lawton explains how Twitter used code refactoring to simplify risk management and improve testing.
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