An agile assessment is invaluable for understanding how your organization stacks up against agile values and principles. Learn how best to prepare for, participate in, and follow through on your assessment.
If agile transformations are necessary to survive, what can be done to help your organization prepare? In this article we will discuss the three steps successful organizations take to prepare their teams: 1) Start with yourself, 2) Create the environment for success, 3) Fertilize grassroot growth.
Learn how working with product owners for the greatest impact is possible for organizations. Review all the roles that collaborate with product owners.
Learn about what types of business agility training are available. In this in-depth overview, you’ll have the knowledge to make the right decisions.
Read about how an infrastructure group became more agile. Agile infrastructure is one of many applications for the approach.
Agile training and coaching aren’t the same. Find out the differences between agile coaching and training, and why your organization needs both.
Agile transformation is a journey for any organization. Follow these cairns to transition effectively and successfully.
When transitioning from traditional waterfall project management to agile approaches, old roles can find new opportunities on the scrum team.
Learn about forecasting the accomplishment of product or release goals. Our expert explains three methods for empirical process control forecasting.
Guest author Tom Kerr shares his insights on becoming more agile for military leaders. Kerr defines the basic of agile and scrum in this article.
Scrum teams needs to know the difference of outputs vs. outcomes. Learn about what they are and how your team can deliver more outcome-focused results.
The act of sprint planning doesn’t have to be difficult. Use this sprint planning meeting checklist to get started.