How much change can your organization absorb? It's probably less than what you would expect or hope for. Let's stop overloading organizations with change, instead allow sustainable change to happen, and foster change instead of imposing it.
I'm updating and expanding my successful second book What Drives Quality. Intermediate versions are released through Leanpub: What Drives Quality.
Learn how to apply agile practices throughout your organization to develop the right products, deliver faster, increase quality, and improve organizational agility with happy high-performing teams in Amsterdam on March 20-21, 2018!
Learn how to apply agile practices throughout your organization to develop the right products, deliver faster, increase quality, and improve organizational agility with happy high-performing teams in London on March 8-9, 2018!
I’m giving the two-day workshop Delivering Value with Agile on March 20-21 in Amsterdam. Ticket sales have started.
My 2nd book What Drives Quality has been officially released today (September 30). It is now available on Amazon and all other major bookstores.
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.
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.
'm giving the public workshop Valuable Agile Retrospectives for Teams on May 31 in Istanbul, Turkey. Tickets are available.
Nowadays most agile teams do retrospectives which help them to deal with difficult situations and improve their way of working. But teams don't work in isolation, they interact with other teams and with their stakeholders to deliver value. Let's explore how retrospectives beyond the team level can be used to improve collaboration.
What happens to the traditional roles when transitioning to Agile? In this guest blog post Shibabrata Mondal asks himself this question, and explores how agile transitions impact product and project manager roles and how these traditional roles are related to new roles of Scrum master and Product Owner that Scrum brings in.
I will give a workshop on Valuable Agile Retrospectives at the Agilia Conference, the Central European conference about agile methods. Narrow focus on selected topics and private exclusive content makes this event unique.