I was contacted by Srijan to contribute my expertise to an round up post on distributed agile best practices. As I'm always looking for ways to share my experience I agreed. Little did I know at the time who else they asked to contribute. Here's how I ended up.
My successful blog post "Why do you want to become agile?" has been translated to German: Warum wollen Sie eigentlich agil werden?
The agile and lean tool Agile Self-assessments provides 55+ checklists, tools and articles that you can use to self-assess your agility.
To deliver high-quality products to customers, Agile teams and product owners have to jointly ensure the quality of the requirements and manage them effectively. Agile quality practices have to be ingrained in the team’s daily work.
Mijn artikel Continue verbetering met Agile is gepubliceerd in Bits&Chips nr 4. In dit artikel laat ik zien dat continue verbetering een integraal onderdeel is van de Agile-mindset en van de Agile-principes en -practices, en geef ik tips en advies voor verbeteren met agile
Is There a Need For Agile Manifesto 2.0? That's the question that Kamlesh Ravlani, Agile / Lean Coach and Scrum Trainer, is asking the Agile community. He is running a Survey on Agile Manifesto 2.0, which he announced on LinkedIn Pulse.
A new bundle of books with agile practices and tips has been released on Leanpub. Buy these books with a 40% discount! The bundle includes six great books from eleven authors, helping you to make your agile journey easier to travel, more successful, and fun!
The Trello board retrospective techniques for coaches, Scrum masters, and other facilitators provides exercises and ideas to design agile retrospectives. Philip Rogers created this board, he has added me so that I can contribute my experience with retrospectives. (more…)
In one of my workshops I explored how to use agile and Scrum beyond software development, for example in marketing, sales, support and in management. I gave this workshop in-house for a client to an audience which was not directly involved in software development. Many good ideas came up when preparing and giving this workshop, in this post I'm sharing them with the agile community.
My article on delivering quality software with Agile is featured in the first English edition of Bits&Chips, a news magazine for professionals who develop smart products and systems.
I gave a well received keynote about Continuous Improvement in Agile at 1st conference in Melbourne, Australia. In this talk I explained the need for continuous improvement when adopting agile ways of working, explored how continuous improvement is engrained in agile, and what you can do to increase the agility of your teams and the organization as a whole.
Two great books on agile retrospectives are now available in the book bundle rétrospectives agiles on Leanpub: Tirer profit des rétrospectives agiles by Luis Gonçalves and Ben Linders and Donnez un coup de fouet à vos Rétrospectives Agile by Alexey Krivitsky.