LeSS Talks: GEMBA SPRINT Go, See and Do!, with Ahmad Fahmy

Also, watch: “Introducing the Gemba Sprint” (4 min) Synopsis: If teams are self-managing, why do you need managers? This was the question that Google’s Larry page and Sergey Brin debated in 2001. Ultimately, they decided that that management was unnecessary and initiated what they called a Disorg and fired all managers. A year later, there was an intellectual … Read more

Another False Dichotomy? Do You Really HAVE to choose between Scrum and XP?

According to the Wikipedia: “A false dilemma, also referred to as false dichotomy or false binary, is an informal fallacy based on a premise that erroneously limits what options are available. The source of the fallacy lies not in an invalid form of inference but in a false premise.“Some of false binaries (dichotomies), with respect to choosing Kanban over Scrum, have … Read more

LeSS Talks: Conversation With Agile Manifesto Co-Creator – Jon Kern

Download Materials Synopsis: Hear how Agile Manifesto Co-Author Jon Kern approaches software development. Jon will discuss the foundations he considers to be necessary for producing a successful software product. He will also touch on what he has recently discovered as a missing piece to his practice of helping teams become high-performing. Bio: Jon Kern – … Read more

LeSS Works: Conversation With Agile Manifesto Co-Creator – Uncle Bob Martin

  Recording Part 1 Recording Part 2 Download materials In this talk, Uncle Bob transports you into an alternate reality where he is your new CTO. This is what he expects from you. As you listen, notice how reasonable these expectations are to customers and users. Notice also how impossible they appear to programmers.   … Read more