The future of agile lies in a relentless pursuit of excellence and innovation. Let’s use our skills to create a better work environment, deliver better products, and strive for better balance.
Don’t obsess over the outcome. The only thing that creates the outcome is the daily practice you commit to.
Is social media dying? Has it gone past its use-by date? It seems that there’s ever more division and complexity, and you have to ask…is it really adding value?
Many times, the problem lies in the misconception of what agile truly offers and the failure to communicate its value effectively. We need to bridge the gap between what we’re delivering and what businesses actually find valuable…
Why do big organizations struggle with agility? Big Agile frequently falls short. Scaling frameworks don’t really help. Let’s explore the characteristics of large organizations and the people who work there so we can see why Big Agile doesn’t fit big enterprise – and what you can do about it.
I’m a little biased, but there are certain things a training experience MUST do in order to delivery lasting value.
If your ship is sinking, you don’t want to cling to the rails and hope everything will be ok. Let me show you what to do next.
The industry is facing a crowded market, a decline in quality of work, and a lack of focus on outcomes. We still tend to overthink and over-document, leading to a lack of actual delivery. Get ready for an eye-opening discussion that will leave you questioning the state of the agile biz.
As an agile practitioner, you have a duty to lead and to make real change. I think we’re most imminently qualified to bring real cultural and social change to our workplaces…and beyond.
Is Agile Losing Favor?: “I see more ads for Agile project managers. I see more online sources calling Agile a form of project management. Does that mean that Agile is losing favor? Does it mean that there’s some things that we missed or wrote off about the traditional Project Manager that are coming back in style?”