The Secret Assumption of Agile

One of the most important factors of success in delivering Agile projects is to recognize that the programming style of developers on the team is not well ­aligned with Agile. This presentation discusses this flaw and remedies

Embrace Complexity, Scale Agility

In order to successful scale any method or practice, it has to have some basis in theory. This presentation will use insights from complex adaptive systems theory and the cognitive sciences to lay a foundation for that

Introducing Large Scale Scrum (LeSS)

Large Scale Scrum (LeSS) defines itself as “Scrum applied to many teams working together on one product”. LeSS aims at finding a balance between defined elements and empirical process control. LeSS tries to figure out how to

Agile Tribes

Being a good team isn’t easy. Apply the principles at the organizational level is even harder. The book Tribal Leadership is not very much known in Scrum community but the understanding of the dominant tribe culture in

Adapting Agile to Distributed Teams

Agile is the most effective project management methodology for distributed teams, but there are adaptations to the process that can improve effectiveness for these teams. Chuck Lewin shares his recent experiences of leading software development teams spread