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Joshua Kerievsky Jan 25
There's a whole lotta BS agile going on! Have you seen the US Department of Defense article about this topic? (It's here: ). And here's a short video about this important topic.
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Jayme Edwards Feb 24
In 2019 it feels like we spend more energy as programmers trying to fit our work into a WWII model of performance measurement than we do actually building working software.
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Mauro Strione Mar 18
I'm sharing the slides of my talk "Ass Driven Organization" presented today at the "London Lean Kanban Days 2019" conference PDF version here:
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Daniel Mezick Oct 18
Stop PUSHING ... it never worked. Still doesn't! Proof: What do the most accomplished experts have to say about this?
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Daniel Mezick Apr 8
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cesarioramos Jul 17
Agile Coaches Lead “everybody needs to work according to our way of working, this is best” Me: “what if people learn how to improve the way of working?” Agile Coaches Lead “it is not allowed to change way of working, it is a standard....” Me “.....uuuhmm....”
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Ezio Armando 8 Nov 17
Replying to @nigelTheMTA
procurement process playing "new": "I want you to implement these 2134 detailed requirements, I want it live in 6 months, with no involvement of my people, I want it at a fixed price -- and of course you must adopt Agile methods".
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PMOfficers Official Account Jan 31
Why does fail in an organization after implementing it? Basically for me for three main reasons: - For fashion - To understand it wrong - For applying it worse of the
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Sprint Consulting Oct 9
Steve Denning collected the common mistakes in agile transformations and highlights how Agile is different from past management fads.
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Jayme Edwards Mar 26
“Agile Virtue Signaling” Definition: Parading our “better understanding” of agile principles and practices as a way to feel better about how our situation is. I’ve been guilty. Have you?
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Daniel Mezick Apr 8
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Lars Zapf Sep 28
Replying to @cmueller80
perhaps they should better call it ‚Commitment Guidelines‘
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Joshua Kerievsky Nov 28
Who determines whether a feature is done? If it happens "inside the building" (like a PO approving done work), you may be missing something vital (like evidence of actual usage by actual customers).
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ᴍɪᴋᴇ ʟᴇʙᴇʀ 17 Nov 17
Replying to @innomadaPK
So push more and simply make everything worse ;)
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David Rogers Aug 28
Replying to @johncutlefish
> If is now synonymous with JIRA... This alone makes me cry! 😭 The decries of seem hollow compared to all the concrete implementations in the workplace. Does it matter what is if everyone practices the alternative?
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stevedenning 8 Dec 17
The goal of the Small Team remains: delighting the customer/end-user. Tracking end-user behavior is a measure. If the measure becomes the goal, it ceases to be a measure ‘The Age of '
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Eduardo Ferro Aldama May 11
la verdad que es potente... con algunas perlas tipo "Extreme Programming, also known as “The Scrum That Actually Works” o "As those methods manifest on the ground, they are far too commonly the enemy of good software development rather than its friend".
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Otso Hannula May 29
Replying to @DrAgilefant
might actually be a better descriptor of what can go wrong when implementing Agile methodology in practice than .
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HelenAgile Apr 6
The sad reality in many companies spreading like a cancer that has nothing to do with real agile
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Bruno Baketaric Nov 1
Replying to @mikeveerman
Let's call it by name:
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