Twice now in my career I’ve done a massive rewrite to replace an existing product. In both cases, it didn’t end well. Each time, the new product was competing with an existing product that was making the company money. So, of course, the existing product got enhancements on a rickety structure, and on the new […]
A lighthearted look at what can go wrong when Scrum is misapplied. Without spirit, passion, and engagement, things go sideways.
Taking a leaf out of Dan’s book for Agile leaders, The Culture Game, this review is written using the Perfection Game. (I rate the book 8 out of 10.)
Are your Scrum developers getting bored of Agile retrospectives? Retrospectives should be interesting, effective, and help the team improve.
“Who’re the Agile/Scrum Gurus or Thought Leaders?” The urge to ask the question is good but misplaced. I learn from people inspite of their names.
Development teams ask for case studies about agile, but didn’t before adopting their existing process. This blog post collects 14 Scrum case studies.