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.
The Business Agility Expansion Pack is an extension of the Agile Self-Assessment Game. It contains images for cards with statements and playing instructions covering Business Agility principles and practices.
Join my Workshop Getting More out of Agile and Lean in London Oct 17-18 to learn how to effectively apply agile practices for teams and their stakeholders
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.
My 2nd book What Drives Quality has been officially released today (September 30). It is now available on Amazon and all other major bookstores.
What if you need to deliver the best possible software products? High quality products that do everything that your users need in a great way, products that your users will love? Here's a futurespective exercise that you can use in your agile retrospectives if your teams want to build awesome products.
My 2nd book What Drives Quality is now available for pre-order on Amazon, Leanpub, and my webshop. The book will be released end of September.
This is the story of how my team and I collaborated with our customer on my first project, doing agile when the Agile Manifesto wasn’t invented yet, to deliver high-quality software.
I’m developing an expansion pack on Business Agility for the Agile Self-Assessment Game together with Brandi Olson. Currently we're looking for reviewers to improve the cards. Can you help us?
This is a story about getting the French edition my Agile Retrospectives book, Tirer profit des rétrospectives agiles, delivered in paperback via Amazon in France. I ordered it while being on holiday in France.
I have been interviewed by Noopur Pathak for Innovation Roots about how I collaborated with my customer on my first project, doing agile when the Agile Manifesto wasn't invented yet, and later got more inspired by agile.
If you offer web development services then you are aware of the challenges faced when trying to keep a project in scope. Here’s a guest blog with lots of ideas on how to estimate a web application project by Thanh Pham, CEO of a Vietnamese software development outsourcing company.