Mehmet Yitmen — May 20, 2019 — May 20, 2019 We have been experiencing a radical change in terms of market dynamics and economic models for the last few decades. In fact, we are shifting from a world where giant companies are kings to a world where clients are kings, in other words, from a … Continue reading 5 Critical Setbacks in Agile Transformation!
David Dame — May 18, 2019 — May 18, 2019 When organizations begin their journey toward agility, they think the business outcomes will become instantaneous. They expect the initial decision to lead to immediate success. Moving towards agile from a more traditional way of working changes so many things about how we work. It changes … Continue reading Agile and Impatience are Inseparable
Stephanie Ockerman — May 15, 2019 Follow @thetravelchica — May 15, 2019 rawpixel / Pixabay A paradox is something that is seemingly absurd but really true. When I experience complexity and uncertainty, I find comfort and power in paradox. It opens up creativity, possibility, and collaboration. Let’s take a look at 4 paradoxes we need … Continue reading 4 Paradoxes in Agile (and Life)
David Dame — April 9, 2019 — April 9, 2019 Production View (Build Fast) Many large legacy organizations are moving toward agile delivery methods in hopes of releasing faster to market. Based on my experiences, they look at it solely from a production view of getting software released faster and more often. This view has … Continue reading Where Does the Efficiency and Speed from Agile Come From?
Stephanie Ockerman — April 7, 2019 Follow @thetravelchica — April 7, 2019 One of the most important things we can do to help individuals and teams improve is coach them to embrace the agile mindset. The Manifesto for Agile Software Development provides values and principles to help guide teams in navigating the complexities of product … Continue reading The Agile Values in Practice
Darleen DeRosa — March 21, 2019 Follow @onpoint_llc — March 21, 2019 With their ability to connect, adapt, and deliver, agile leaders play a vital role in helping organizations meet the challenges of a competitive global market. Agile leaders leverage their skills to foster connections, help employees enhance performance, build effective teams, and drive change … Continue reading 5 Mistakes Agile Leaders Need to Watch Out For
Magdalena Firlit — March 17, 2019 — March 17, 2019 An Agile mindset is crucial in management roles for organizations that are moving towards Agility. I observed this while working in various organizations and currently am a witness of it while assisting my customers. Decisions, actions, directions and vision often come from the management level, … Continue reading The Importance of Agile Leaders
Ian Mitchell — March 16, 2019 — March 16, 2019 “My advice would always be to ignore the perceived wisdom and look for the most reliable evidence on the ground” – D.T. Puttnam Hearing a senior executive announce “We’re committed to becoming agile!” is not the bombshell moment it used to be. It no longer … Continue reading Becoming Agile: Evidence Based Management
Some swear by the highly iterative process for creating marketing content. Others say it’s not a fit. Barry Levine on March 13, 2019 Agile methodology rejects big planning efforts and a “waterfall”-like set of consecutive phases. Instead, it emphasizes small teams, short-turnaround development cycles and rapid iterations based on feedback. In recent years, Agile fans … Continue reading Developers love Agile, but is it right for content marketing?
Rick Lepsinger — February 21, 2019 Follow @onpoint_llc — February 21, 2019 While agile methodology got its start in the world of software development, it has gradually filtered into a variety of other industries over the last decade. The shift makes sense for companies trying to compete in dynamic, fast-paced industries where customers and clients … Continue reading How to Make the Transition to Agile Teams