The Agile Self-Assessment Game is there to help you to increase your agility and deliver more value.
Agile self-assessment help organizations and teams to assess how agile they are and decide what to do next to become more agile. Teams can play the Agile Self-assessment Game to reflect and agree on the next steps in their agile journey. More →
Collaboration is key to agile. If you want to reach results with agile, professionals throughout the organization should look for ways to work together intensively and effectively. Here are my tips for improving collaboration. More →
Many agile transformations fail: organizations struggle to implement agile practices and don’t get sufficient benefits. This is often because they plan the transformation and then try to execute the plan. Becoming agile is a journey: You can plan it, but you need a different planning approach, focus on value, and use a better map. More →
Stop the Line is a retrospective exercise that can be used to learn from problems and prevent them from happening in the future. It’s a great exercise when you need to improve the quality of your products or services. More →
Organisaties kunnen maar in beperkte mate veranderingen aan. Sommige van de organisaties waarmee ik werk zijn zeer flexibel; ze passen zich continu aan aan nieuwe omstandigheden. In andere organisaties gaat verandering moeizaam gaat. Je gaat je dan afvragen hoe dat komt en hoeveel verandering een organisatie aan kan en wat je kunt doen om maximaal te veranderen en de organisatie niet te overladen. More →
Users expect apps to function correctly and do what they expect them to do. Apps should be easy to use, fast, and reliable. This article provides useful suggestions if you want to build high-quality apps. More →
The book Sense and Respond is about listening to customers, using experimentation, and learning to build great products. It shows how an agile mindset can be applied throughout organizations, both by business managers and developers, to create a digital business. More →
Mad Sad Glad is a classic exercise that you can use in your agile retrospectives. It helps teams to look for things that make them happy, sad, or drive them mad, and to decide how they want to address these things working together as a team. More →
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Games and Books
Agile Self-assessment Game€9.99 (Excluding VAT)
What Drives Quality (eBook)€8.99 (Excluding VAT)
Getting Value out of Agile Retrospectives (eBook)€8.99 (Excluding VAT)
Business Agility Expansion Pack for Agile Self-assessment game€1.99 (Excluding VAT)