What Does it Mean to Scale Agility?

Scaling Agility is a huge topic right now, with many different methods available. Most of these methods are based on Scrum and/or Kanban, so I thought it would be interesting to discuss what the scaling ‘problem’ actually is…

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Using Kanban To Improve Your Team’s Delivery

There’s a misconception out there that metrics will save us. KPI’s (Key Performance Indicators) are the magical saviors of projects and Teams (and budgets if you ask certain influencers). That’s not really the case. Metrics inform decision making. The question is, who’s doing the deciding?

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Kanban: Deciphering Lead Time And Cycle Time

There’s a misconception out there that metrics will save us. KPI’s (Key Performance Indicators) are the magical saviors of projects and Teams (and budgets if you ask certain influencers). That’s not really the case. Metrics inform decision making. The question is, who’s doing the deciding? Often it’s the metric that’s the decider, rather than the…

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Doing Kanban? You need a Well-Formed Team™

For anyone who’s studied the Kanban Method, you know there are four foundational principles and practices (more on those in a future post). They’re what most folks talk about when the subject of Kanban arises. However, there are several core values as well, nine of them in fact, woven into Kanban. For the sake of…

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The Agile Manifesto

Learn about the history and significance of the Agile Manifesto to agile and software development. Dr. Dan Rawsthorne will break down how the original Agile Manifesto came to exist, and how it has been interpreted over time.

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Professional Scrum Training

Professional Scrum Training from the Scrum Alliance is internationally recognized and community driven. The industries best training companies are selected…

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Information Radiator

Getting the right information radiator can help you teams focus and succeed. Big visible display boards help people find where to spend energy.

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Kanban Vs. Scrum

As much as we love scrum, even we would have to admit that it’s not perfect. Nothing is. In fact, a large part of our book describes workarounds for various deficiencies that scrum presents to us in certain circumstances.

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