Leon Tranter provides solid reminders about why Agile is not just about software but requires change in the whole organisation: business, people management, funding, accounting, marketing, product and not project management, risk management, and of course software development and maintenance.
Below you find some extracts, that I think are the key points, from his article.
Continue reading Some notes about “Agile is not just about software” article
Do you plan to start a career as an entrepreneur? Or do you want to know more about entrepreneurship activities?
One of the best platforms for MOOCs, edx.org, featured recently the course ‘Becoming an Entrepreneur‘. It has been designed by the MIT via its entrepreneurship program LaunchX. Here are some notes I wrote about it.
Main purpose of the course: Learn how to map your customer’s full use case — from when they discover they have a problem, through creating value, and getting word of mouth referrals from a satisfied customer.
Continue reading Online course ‘Becoming an Entrepreneur’ – part 1
On a quite similar model of this Scrum quiz I published some days ago, here is another quiz about Agile, with 10 questions targeting in particular what is called the ‘capacity’ of a team.
Continue reading Agile quiz: getting more capacity out of your team
I have been working in an Agile environment for some years, and I have always felt at my ease. Why? In a short, because the 12 Agile principles are ‘common sense’ to me, I feel well and easy to understand and apply them.
Let’s take them one by one.
Continue reading Why I feel natural with Agile principles