Archive | June, 2010

Using Agile to Scale Agile – Part 2

“Why use Agile to Scale Agile?” Agile approaches shine when dealing with complex, highly dynamic problem spaces…And transforming an organization is just that!

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The Elephant In The Room – Part III – Tools and Tips for Addressing or Removing

My last post in this series “The Elephant In The Room – Part II” I discussed why this type of impediment is tolerated in many organizations.  I also explored how understanding  the context and motivation behind a team member’s poor performance can change other team members’ perceptions of it.  I discussed the importance of not labeling […]

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Using Agile To Scale Agile – Part 1

Ok, so you have either been experimenting with Agile and have had solid success or your leadership has read about or heard from their peers that this Agile thing is worth taking a look at. Regardless there is considerable overlap between these two situations. Let us go with the scenario where we have had several […]

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The Elephant In The Room – Part II – Don’t Camouflage Him

In my last post I began the discussion about the big Elephant Impediment in many agile development teams.  Here I will continue the discussion of why we tend to have them around and also explore making sure you actually do have this Elephant Impediment and not something else.  In the current politically correct and litigious […]

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Scaling Agile Transformation Presentation at Agile Connect

Check out my presentation on “Scaling Agile Transformation – The Keys to Success”  that was recorded during Agile Connect.   The link will take you to the agenda page for the first day.  Scroll down to my talk and then register to view it… It is free 🙂 It was an great conference.  I enjoyed many of the […]

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The Elephant In The Room – Part 1

Do you remember back in school, when you reached the level of classes where you had lab teams that were intended to work together on an assignment? Remember how that the group shared in the grade given for the deliverable?  I remember a team I was on in a biology class that had four people on […]

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Lean-Agile Leadership - Exploring the Creation of Fertile Environments and Culture for Lean-Agile Software Development

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