Non-Technical Agile Leads to Waterfall: Guest Blog Series

Jul 28, 2019 1:20:00 PM / by Cliff Berg (Guest Blogger) posted in Agile, Agile Organizational Design, Agile Organization, Agile Coaching, Modernized Technology, Product Portfolio Management, Agile Transformation, Digital Transformation, Waterfall, Guest Blog, Cliff Berg

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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..

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Seeing the World Through Agile-Colored Glasses

May 1, 2018 12:00:00 AM / by Brian posted in Agile

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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..
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What to Look for in an Agile Training Course

May 23, 2017 2:00:00 PM / by PaulG posted in Events, Agile, Agile Organizational Design, Training, Lean, Certification

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How do you  learn?  

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All you wanted to know about Responsive Design - summarized!

May 18, 2017 2:00:00 PM / by BorisS posted in Agile, Development, UX, Responsive Design, UI Design

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“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.”

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4 Essential Skills for a QA Engineer in an Agile Environment - Modernized Technology & Testing

Aug 8, 2016 1:56:00 PM / by Sanjay Zalavadia posted in DevOPs, Agile, Agile Testing, Zephyr, Automated Testing, Quality Assurance, Testing, Modernized Technology

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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..

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How does an organization foster a Culture of Commitment?

Jan 12, 2016 4:16:00 PM / by BrianB posted in Release Orientation, Agile, Agile Testing, Lean, Agile Organization, Agile Coaching

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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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Q&A with Joe Campbell: On DevOps Part 2:New Tools, Metrics, and Lessons of Continuous Delivery

Dec 14, 2015 4:54:00 AM / by CarmenB posted in DevOPs, Agile, Agile Organizational Design, Continuous Business Value Delivery

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Welcome to Interview Series! In this Series, we ask questions that you submit through our social media channels to our consulting practice leaders.

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Why is a Culture of Commitment so impactful in an organization?

Dec 8, 2015 4:04:00 PM / by BrianB posted in Agile, Agile Organizational Design, Continuous Business Value Delivery, Lean

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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.

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Q&A with Joe Campbell: On DevOps

Nov 30, 2015 9:58:00 AM / by CarmenB posted in DevOPs, Agile, Agile Testing, Lean, AgiLEAD

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Welcome to our Interview Series! In this Series, we ask questions that you submit through our social media channels to our consulting practice leaders.

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What does a Culture of Commitment feel like in an organization?

Nov 18, 2015 10:17:00 AM / by BrianB posted in AgileGPS, Agile, Agile Organizational Design, AgiLEAD, Agile Organization

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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..

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