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..
We have all heard of the test pyramid, and the importance of a well-formed base of unit tests, a highly flexible set of integration tests and UI test automation that supports multi-browser validation and simple use case validation. I particularly like the presentation of the test pyramid that..
We are happy to announce that Brian will be speaking at the PMI-Delaware Valley Chapter on Thursday, August 26, 2015. You can learn about Agile and earn 2 PDU's!
Project oriented organizations focus entirely on getting a related set of intent packaged into a container called a project and seeing that entire container move through from requirements generation to software release. Release-Orientated organizations are singularly focused on continuously..
As experienced leaders, we expect that our managers and executives trust us as well as give us autonomy in decision-making. Some call this empowerment. The secret for this empowerment begins with trust.
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Ever tried getting a recipe book and recreating your favorite dish made by your favorite chef? You have followed all the instructions, gotten the right ingredients, and channeled your inner Emeril, but the dish still does not come out a 5-star meal. What has this got to do with agile..
Expectations are everything. If you set a goal, communicate it and then meet it, your team is thrilled and so are your stakeholders.