A few months ago the fine folks at AgileThought were kind enough to feature me in their Agile Coaches corner. Here is the complete interview. Thanks AgileThought for the opportunity!
(Work In Progress) If I am an Agile coach, I must practice what I preach..gladly!” Who says Agile is just for Software Development? As conference chair for Agile Transformation Summit 2015 (ATS2015), together with an awesome team of 25 volunteers, we utilized Agile beyond software to put on a world-class Agile conference. ATS 2015 was organized Read more about Agile Beyond Software, How to Put on a 600+ Agile Conference in Just Three Months![…]
According to EY, Agile Innovation is “the art of making hard things easy and creating new viable business offerings faster” In today’s digital age, where we are continuously connected and online from anywhere, customers expect and demand more. Companies that don’t delight and wow customers will soon be replaced by those that do! Innovation Read more about From Blockbuster to Netflix – Agile Footprints on Innovation[…]
Ever wonder why Agile teams swear by relative estimation? With great respect to the advocates to move away from estimation, newer teams benefit greatly from estimation. My teams improved our sprint planning efforts by a factor or 3, once we started using relative estimation. Without understanding Agile relative estimation, teams tend to fall back to Read more about Story Sizing using Agile Relative Estimation[…]
]There is a difference from ‘doing’ Agile and ‘being’ Agile. The difference is in the mindset. Teams that are truly Agile invoke the five Scrum values: Focus, Commitment, Courage, Respect and Openness. Tobias Mayer discussed respect in his blog and made mention of being nice, but is being nice necessarily being respectful? Successful scrum Read more about Living the Scrum Values – Respect[…]