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I’m being an Agile player

March 4, 2014

Natalie Warnert (@nataliewarnert) blogs at Confessions of a New ScrumMaster.  Here she is, talking about dating Agile. So I’m being an Agile player. I’m dating a few different versions of Agile to see which works best while trying to keep it from the other methods I’m test driving. Don’t tell Scrum that I was scoping out […]

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Combining Kanban and Scrum – lessons from a team of sysadmins

February 6, 2014

Kate Terlecka is an an agile coach and a Professional Scrum Trainer. She wants to change something in the way people in Poland make software, so she founded the Brass Willow initiative, which is bringing together experienced trainers, coaches and technical experts who want to do something more. Kate blogs about Scrum, Lean and Agile at Control […]

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Using Kanban to simplify and save time on complex enterprise integration projects

September 6, 2013

Stephanie by South is a Lean Agile Coach from Australia who blogs at bysouth.  She is a Third Culture Kid.  Here she is: Using Kanban to simplify and save time on complex enterprise integration projects Often the introduction of new methodologies and change programs are overwhelming for important professionals whom have no capacity for “another […]

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One-on-Ones in Agile (Transitions)

August 16, 2013

Corinna is an experienced facilitator of Scrum and Kanban teams.  This month, Corinna began a self-financed 6 month sabbatical to create lots off stuff, such as this book on retrospectives. She already has the very cool Retro-Mat website that gives you instant retrospective agenda ideas in 269,573 possible combinations (so far). Corinna blogs at Finding-Marbles.  Here she is: […]

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Definition of Ready in Dependent Relationships

June 20, 2013

Natalie Warnert (@nataliewarnert) blogs at Confessions of a New ScrumMaster.  Here she is… The Definition of Ready is a concept that is gathering more momentum within Scrum. Where it likely sounds most familiar is from the “Ready” state in Kanban development. You obviously would not pull a Kanban story to “In Progess” if it was not already in the […]

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