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Méthodologie : L’Agilité au secours du forfait | Blog Business lab

Méthodologie : L’Agilité au secours du forfait | Blog Business lab | Agile Methods | Scoop.it

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Carbon IT's curator insight, December 22, 2012 9:55 AM

Rassurer son client sur un périmètre fonctionnel, un calendrier et un budget a entrainé une habitude historique à contractualiser au forfait nombre de projets réalisés en Agence.
Sur le papier, c’est une pratique «idéale» pour l’annonceur….

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Scrum Anti Patterns

Scrum Anti Patterns | Agile Methods | Scoop.it
Since Scrum is easy to understand beginners may use some of the practices and repeat them in a mechanistic way without understanding the principles
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Organizational Debt is like Technical debt – but worse

Organizational Debt is like Technical debt – but worse | Agile Methods | Scoop.it
Startups focus on speed since they are burning cash every day as they search for product/market fit. But over time code/hardware written/built to validate hypotheses and find early customers can become unwieldy, difficult to maintain and incapable of scaling. These shortcuts add up and become what is called technical debt. And the size of the…
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Good PI Planning is the Enemy of Great PI Planning

Good PI Planning is the Enemy of Great PI Planning | Agile Methods | Scoop.it
When I first met +Dean Leffingwell , I had already launched the EDW Release Train - without doing PI Planning . I was attending one of th
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From teams to tribes: Creating a one-team culture in DevOps

From teams to tribes: Creating a one-team culture in DevOps | Agile Methods | Scoop.it
One of the challenges of DevOps is the clash of cultures between dev and ops. Teams of teams, or tribes, can help bust through these barriers.
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Why OKRs Are Not Delivering The Result Executive Managers Expect

Why OKRs Are Not Delivering The Result Executive Managers Expect | Agile Methods | Scoop.it
I believe that many organizations implementing OKRs are making a big mistake. OKRs will not solve the problems companies are expecting them to resolve.
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How To Build Ownership In Your Team - Case Study

How To Build Ownership In Your Team - Case Study | Agile Methods | Scoop.it
How to build ownership in your team - it’s not something that is synonymous with Agile Development but it should be. Check the case study.
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Crisp's Blog » How to set role expectations and working agreements

Crisp's Blog » How to set role expectations and working agreements | Agile Methods | Scoop.it
Conflicts in teams about how to work are common. There are expectations from team members on each other that aren’t being met. In a given team, members might be implicitly expected to perform a certain task. The team might have unspoken policies that seem to be common sense. Sometimes people pick up on these unspoken rules read more »
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Agile at Scale – Outcome Driven (or Broken)

Agile at Scale – Outcome Driven (or Broken) | Agile Methods | Scoop.it
Taking agile, a process otherwise optimized for small, cross-functional, collaborative teams and making it work at scale is fascinating. You have to change some
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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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6 Essential Mental Models for Product Managers - DZone Agile

6 Essential Mental Models for Product Managers - DZone Agile | Agile Methods | Scoop.it
If an Agile mindset is grounded in nonlinear product development, those processed should be driven by Product Managers with equally adaptable mental models.
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Improving SAFe Cost of Delay - A response to Josh Arnold

Improving SAFe Cost of Delay - A response to Josh Arnold | Agile Methods | Scoop.it
In recent months, there has been considerable public critique of the SAFe interpretation of Cost of Delay .  This culminated recently i
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Beware of “Hybrid Agility”. It’s a Gift from Hell.

Beware of “Hybrid Agility”. It’s a Gift from Hell. | Agile Methods | Scoop.it
How about destroying the transformation effort before it even started? You wonder how? There are many ways, but today we are going to talk about one that is a classic example of the old mindset mer…
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Toward a principles-based process

Toward a principles-based process | Agile Methods | Scoop.it
Craft a principles-based process. Don't just adopt a framework as a fixed set of rules.
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Teams are immutable structures

Sometimes in my consultancy the soft “people ware” thinking can borrow ideas from the harder “software” concepts. I want to relate such an idea that I cannot get out of my head:


Teams are immutable structures


I found this very useful to describe some of the unique traits of a team, that is often hard to grasp; such as estimates cannot be compared between teams or that changing teams around to opitmize resources utilization is sub-optimization in more ways than one.

But first, there’s a strange word in there. Two, actually!

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Crisp's Blog » Real World SAFe – Leapfrogging a successful waterfall company into Scaled Agile

Crisp's Blog » Real World SAFe – Leapfrogging a successful waterfall company into Scaled Agile | Agile Methods | Scoop.it
How do you leapfrog a successful waterfall company into Scaled Agile? How do you transition into Agile when you have legacy? When your company is already successful in what it does and when it carries legacy, transitioning into Agile is a more complex challenge than starting off Agile in a green field environment. After all, read more »
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The False Economy of not Changing Anything

The False Economy of not Changing Anything | Agile Methods | Scoop.it
Larger organizations often have to support a myriad of applications that live on several different platforms. Some are home-grown, some are third-party packages, and some are externally-hosted services. Some are relatively young and others date back decades. Even the ones that happen to be written in the same programming language may require different system configurations …
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Teams are immutable structures

Sometimes in my consultancy the soft “people ware” thinking can borrow ideas from the harder “software” concepts. I want to relate such an idea that I cannot get out of my head:


Teams are immutable structures


I found this very useful to describe some of the unique traits of a team, that is often hard to grasp; such as estimates cannot be compared between teams or that changing teams around to opitmize resources utilization is sub-optimization in more ways than one.

But first, there’s a strange word in there. Two, actually!

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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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