Strongly documented blog post about characteristics of Agile Organizations

Catalyst leadership Continuous learning from experiences Open communication Long-term business value governance Quest for mastery

15mn video Agile Product Ownership in a Nutshell

What Does It Mean to Have an Agile Mindset?

Présentation de la cartographie des exemples

Scrum ne serait plus une méthode Agile ?

Exemple de différence entre incrémental et itératif–ne-serait-plus-une-methode-agile.shtml

Servant Leadership: The Agile Way – Useful examples of how Agile PM brings added-value

Transforming the pyramid to an Agile organization

Agile Retrospectives as a Tool for Team Learning

What Is the Agile Mindset?

Misunderstandings about Scrum Master role

Critical Agile transformation success factors

DesignThinking : To Augment Agile & Lean Development Practices

Un guide de Survie à l’Adoption ou Transformation Agile : Travailler avec la Culture d’une Organisation

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Agile Manager – What is an Agile Manager?

Implementing Agile with epics, stories, versions, sprints

The Scrum Master Job Description

Scrum Roles: Scrum Master

A useful (because anonymous) Retrospective technique for distributed Scrum teams

Here is how: Neither the presenter nor the participants know who is writing what. We only read the point made on the board.

Agile transformation: 2 case studies with challenges, solution and tangible benefits obtained

4 Steps to Keep Your Product Backlog Small and Manageable

Delete Things You’ll Never Do Keep Items You Aren’t Ready for Off the Product Backlog Periodically Review the Product Backlog Don’t Add Things Unless You Plan to Do Them Fairly Soon

24 slides about implementing User Story Mapping with in a Lean context

Agile and Lean, Scrum and Kanban. What is the difference?

Some prerequisites to get and traps to avoid when deploying Agile

Agile reading list: essential books v/ @LeonTranterEU

Incorporating Governance or Oversight into an Agile Project

“The concepts of agility and project governance are not fundamentally opposed. Each is an attempt to improve the finished product. Agile strives to do this through close collaboration and the short inspect-and-adapt cycles of the time-boxed sprints. Project governance strives to do it by what we might call inspect-and-approve (or reject) checkpoints in which the product or project is compared…

Tips for Writing the Best User Stories in Scrum

Planning Doesn’t Have to Be the Enemy of Agile

But if planning and agility are both necessary, organizations have to make them work. They have to create a Venn diagram with planning on one side, agility on the other, and a practical and workable sweet-spot in the middle. This is why the quest to rethink strategic planning has never been more urgent and critical. Planning twenty-first century style should…

SAFe® – The Good, the Bad and the Ugly—good-bad-and-ugly

Short Review of The Professional Scrum Product Owner Course (PSPO)

Misconceptions about the Product Backlog v/ @LeonTranterEU