There is a trend today that I find troubling: non-technical release train engineers, Agile coaches, or others in Agile leadership roles who are non-technical, leading the way for Agile ceremony planning without including technical thought leaders who know the technical side of Agile (which today..
There are many misconceptions about what Agile means. Here are a few of the most common that I've heard:
- Agile is a development methodology. Well, not really, but there are a group of methods that can all be considered Agile.
- Agile is the same thing as Scrum. They are not one and the same. Scrum..
“I have been asked from a lot of developers “What is responsive design all about? How does it work, and how do I do it?” In this article I’m going to try to explain responsive design and how that relates to media queries.”
Teams are an intricate balance of skills, cooperation, leadership and willingness to go the extra mile to make a quality product. Each grouping has individuals with specific roles and responsibilities, as well as a chain of command to help guide the team to success. Within a testing team, the..
Now that you are hopefully convinced that you want your organization to be steeped in a Culture of Commitment, how do you infuse the CofC in your company’s DNA? The “Culture of Commitment enabling” markers your teams need to strive for are depicted below.
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Having played senior leadership roles in many solutions delivery organizations, we have witnessed both the presence and absence of a Culture of Commitment.
Welcome to our Interview Series! In this Series, we ask questions that you submit through our social media channels to our consulting practice leaders.
More often, organizations pervert the notion of the Sprint “commitment” with crushing delivery pressure or a lack of a support structure that allows a real commitment culture to take hold. For these environments, you can see the team do a collective “Whatever!” when Sprint Planning ends and..