Reblogged with permission from Jem D’jelal, the original author of this content, as a contributor to blogagility.com. Originally published on LinkedIn June 18, 2016. Jem D’jelal Coaching individuals & teams to find “better” ways of working. Are we in a war? Who is it, we’re exactly trying to kill? Uncertainty? The competitors? Internal silos? Human Resources?Continue reading “Jem D’jelal: S O R R Y. Military talk is NOT agile.”
Reblogged with permission from Jem D’jelal, the original author of this content, as a contributor to blogagility.com. Originally published on LinkedIn January 20, 2016. Jem D’jelal Coaching individuals & teams to find “better” ways of working. If Yes. Then I should consider recycling all of ’em! My bodybuilding trophies. My Jujitsu belt. My degree certification. MyContinue reading “Jem D’jelal: Throwing the Scrum Certificate away?”
We have large swaths of people doing “flaccid agile,” a half-hearted attempt at following a few select software development practices, poorly.
The key is to establish a consistent organizational communication using common terms and language.
(see also: Agile Moment: Equating Story Points to Time, Scrum Effort Estimation, Practical Guide Story Points Estimation, How Story Points relate to hours, Story Points vs. Task Hours, Planning Poker) Overview Estimating story points for user stories that implement features on the Scrum teams product roadmap / product backlog is a critical planning exercise. All Scrum teams shouldContinue reading “Agile Moment: How to estimate Story Points using Planning Poker”
The world is changing, becoming smaller and smaller everyday thanks in large part to technology.