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Reblogged with permission from Jem D'jelal, the original author of this content, as a contributor to blogagility.com. Originally published on LinkedIn March 28, 2017.
I know you have one.
You know, that “thing” you have strong feelings about.
It’s something which is unjust, contradictory to agile…. or just plain doesn’t doesn’t make sense.
Coaches and Practitioners of Lean-Agile and the SAFe®
UPDATE: I have updated the tool for SAFe 5.0! See below.
In my experience the amount of time that we get to spend in Lean-Agile and SAFe® courses on the subject of Velocity and Capacity Planning is inadequate. So I spent some time building a tool for one of my client organizations. I have since spent some time greatly enhancing the tool and getting it ready for distribution. I am offering the tool for free. All that I ask is if you decide that the tool has value and you are going to use it, to like my blog and share feedback for improvement. Perhaps even share this article on your favorite social media. Read the rest of this entry »
The good folks at Scaled Agile, the SAFe® community, Agile agnostics, consultants, and some in the “Agile” community are onto something incredibly important in defining the elusive and dynamic Agile End Game for organizations. Read the rest of this entry »
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I can’t say that I agree at all with Dave Snowden’s approach to communication. The guy is rough around the edges, a “perpetual curmudgeon” in his own words. And that is describing it kindly. He does have some good ideas on decision making though. Read the rest of this entry »