Agile Flyer – 12-24-2016

  This week’s Large Scale Scrum in NYC: CLP Training and Meet-up. December 19-21. This week, there was a mind-blowing 3-day experience of system thinking and organizational design modeling with Craig Larman. Having been at wide array of Craig’s training and public presentations in the past, I was still overwhelmed with volumen of education that this … Read more

Dec 19-21, 2016. LeSS in New York: CLP Class & Meetup

December 19-21. This week, there was a mind-blowing 3-day experience of system thinking and organizational design modeling with Craig Larman.  Having been at wide array of Craig’s training and public presentations in the past, I was still overwhelmed with volume of education that this class offered.  One of the main distinctions ( imo – improvements) of … Read more

Agile Flyer – 12-04-2016

Key Steps To Success Agile Flyer Reminder: Few seats remaining in Certified Large Scale Scrum NYC | (December 19-21) This week’s Certified Agile Leaderhip Workshop in Orlando This was an amazing two and a half-day working session, with participation of organizational leaders and enterprise coaches coming together from different parts of the world: Sweden, Costa Rica … Read more

11/30-12/2 – Certified Agile Leadership (CAL) Class in Orlando

This was an amazing two and a half-day working session, with participation of organizational leaders and enterprise coaches coming together from different parts of the world: Sweden, Costa Rica and USA. One of the co-creators of Certified Agile Leadership (CAL) course – Pete Behrens took the mixed group, consisting of managers and coaches through a very engaging training … Read more

How to Cultivate T-Shaped Developers?

Scrum Team.  It is a cross-functional group of developers that are able to deliver complete business functionality (“from concept to cash”) to customers in a short time-frame.  The easiest way to make sure that a team is cross-functional is to compose it of developers that are initially multi-skilled and possess both, primary and secondary skills. … Read more

November 3 – Mike Beedle on Enterprise Scrum

This was a blasting event, with one of the co-signers of Agile Manifesto: Mike Beedle, being our honorable guest. Mike’s presentation (outlined below) was followed by comprehensive Q&A.  Some folks were wise enough to have Mike hand-sign Agile Manifesto copy 🙂 Summary of Mike’s talk: Enterprise Scrum (ES) goes much further than Technology alone.  ES … Read more

September 13 – LeSS Talks: LeSS Conference in Amsterdam: Lessons Learned

Many thanks to Certified LeSS Practitioner Vicky Morgan for spearheading today’s meet-up and sharing with everyone her experience from LeSS Conference in Amsterdam a few weeks ago (also, please review Vicky’s summary of the conference on this page) Below are some Kodak moments from last night’s event:

August 30-31st: The 1st Large Scale Scrum Conference in Amsterdam

Tweet The first ever Large Scale Scrum (LeSS) Conference took place on August 30th -31st of 2016.  Budgeted to accommodate around 150 people, it was oversubscribed (around 180). The event took place in the beautiful city of Amsterdam, in the cathedral style audience hall Rode Hoed. What you will find summarized below, are the topics … Read more

August 23 – LeSS Talks: Agile Budgeting & Finances: unveiling conventional management mistakes

Last night’s meetup produced an exceptional turn-out of people. There were some guests from the UK: friends and colleagues. The following key points were covered: Triple Constraint Triangle of Conventional Management Why Agile Community understands Budgeting better than some finance people? Why Management Area is so “untapped” in terms of improvements? Why did Borealis abolish … Read more

Extending Agile Manifesto

In February of 2001, in Snowbird UT, a group of seventeen bright software developers got together to discuss software development methods that were lightweight and easy to implement.  The term that they decided to use to describe these methods was “agile” and the 4 main postulates that they all agreed to became known as “Agile Manifesto“. … Read more