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Alan Dayley Jul 16
“Our retrospectives always feel too rushed.” Well, how long are they? “30 minutes” Ok, try an hour, or more. “But the tool has a 30 minute countdown timer.” (Blink. Blink. Shouting in my head: Wha?!?! Why in the world?!) Then don’t use the tool.
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Mike Burrows Jul 16
You can't deliver a task.
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Pat Kua Jul 14
My attempt to capture the current state of the world with the new article “Flavours of Agile”
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lernOS Jul 16
You like onions? Here is one for the practitioners: the onion by Simon Powers. From tools & processes (more visible - less powerful) to mindset (less visible - more powerful).
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Neil Killick Jul 19
Due to a late withdrawal I have been pulled off the sub's bench to do a talk tomorrow :) I'll be explaining "Why scaled frameworks exist and why you don't need them". 3.45. Hope to see you there.
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Sunil Karkera Jul 14
Key things I learnt from during our Living Agile sessions - MVP is a thin functional slice. - Rate of internal change should be equal to or higher than external change (without compromising security and quality). - Know the definition of 'Done', and automate the 'Doing'.
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Javier Bonnemaison Jul 11
“Why is it that productivity increases as quality improves? Less rework. There is no better answer.” W. Edwards Deming, Out of the Crisis, 1982 (Chapter 1)
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Dimitar Karaivanov Jul 15
boards are becoming extremely popular in the world. A huge problem is that they're all scattered across the org with limited/no sync. The companies who succeed in building information highways between those boards are gonna win big time.
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Joshua Kerievsky Jul 17
Is there any difference between a functional specification and a product owner when the P.O. tells the team exactly what to build, no questions asked?
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☕ J. B. Rainsberger Jul 17
If you teach software development and you teach that " demands colocation", then stop it. This is no longer just you harmlessly parroting something you barely understand. You're ruining people's lives.
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John Cutler Jul 16
The sprint bin packing problem...
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Joshua Kerievsky Jul 18
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Daniel Eder Jul 17
Whenever a client comes up with using or any other tool I immediately feel the level in the room drop. Individuals and interactions over processes and tools anyone?
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Birgit Mallow Jul 15
is not about doing more work in less time: it‘s about generating more with less work.
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Sarah McCasland Jul 14
Thanks to recent speakers I’ve seen, I’m motivated to start sharing more of my experiences within the agile/software dev/remote world & plan to set goals to send # of RFPs for rest of 2018. Worst answer I get is no.
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John Cutler Jul 11
Different models of product management.... A - Auctioneer / Translator B - Backlog Owner C - Context Builder / Catalyst
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John Cutler Jul 14
Yesterday.... I get what you’re saying John, but we just can’t let go of story points ME: How about the team “earns” the points when the “points” are in production and have >0 real human beings using the “points” in their day2day work? Oh, hmm, no, well, um....
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Anand Vishwanath Jul 17
Told a new team member, new to , that “I’ll walk him through the wall” (our card wall) , and he thought it was a reference 😊!
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NedRockSA 16h
Love this slide, the difference between "doing agile" and "being agile"
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lernOS Jul 15
How can we scale mindset and workstyles? Here are 6 ideas:
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