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The Day We Stopped Sprinting

An interesting take on a different approach to Agile.

“We get better results faster when we help new agile teams begin with a flow-based approach rather than sprints.”

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/day-we-stopped-sprinting-joshua-kerievsky/

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Selling the Investment to Pay Down Technical Debt: The Code Christmas Tree

I meant to post this over the holidays, but still think it’s relevant. Personally, I like the prominent visual aspect of the idea.

Selling the Investment to Pay Down Technical Debt: The Code Christmas Tree | Agile Alliance

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Yes, Cross-functional Teams — but Real Ones!

As we work through the process this seemed pertinent (emphasis is mine)…

The next leap is bringing these different units together (not only through the interface of the Product Owner) to form teams that are actually as knowledgeable about business, contracts, mathematics, sales, marketing, and everything else that is relevant for the company’s value stream as they are in software. For the Scrum teams, the leap means that they can’t “hide” behind their backlog or the Product Owner and need to explore and learn about the market, their customers, and the company’s value stream themselves. Basically it means that now the Agile teams’ focus is beyond software.

Yes, Cross-functional Teams — but Real Ones!

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Lean or Agile? Why choose when you can have it all? The power of applying Agile with a Lean mindset

Interesting article. I have the book queued up for perusal. If you have a subscription to Safari Books you can read it too!

Lean or Agile? Why choose when you can have it all? The power of applying Agile with a Lean mindset

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