It has been a great refresher from the old days (late 90’s, early 00’s) when I didn’t know jack and discovered XP.
Why on earth do we do that? Team A, an Agile Release Train (ART), or the mythical Scrum team, has a lot of technical debt. In an effort to reduce the technical debt, management decides to create a bunch of new “container” “FEATURES” in the product backlog to address batches of defects. Because they wantContinue reading “Planning Defects into the system”
Authored by Preetam De, a blogagility.com contributing author. In the last few days several people have asked me a question about stretched targets on Scrum sprints – not sure if it was a co-incidence or an ongoing vibe. So I will take a moment to explain it. This article will not revisit the negative consequencesContinue reading “Stretched Target on a Sprint? Please Stop!”
I started a new series of posts where I will answer some actual problems/ideas presented in an I&A problem solving workshop as part of open space facilitation. This is the second of a few dozen that I plan on covering. If you have any comments, please, let’s learn together. Problem/Idea #2: “As a member ofContinue reading “I&A Series – “As a member of the leadership team we need to see the portfolio roadmap with early warning signals / input for potential technical or schedule issues””
Reblogged with permission from Tushar Paunikar, the original author of this content, as a contributor to blogagility.com. Originally published on LinkedIn August 3, 2017. You always have a choice! If you think about it, you always have a choice. No matter how hard it is to accept, but you always have a choice. TheContinue reading “Tushar Paunikar: You Always Have A Choice!!!”