04
May

0
How to be Agile With a Fixed Scope Business Case? Part1 – Small Batch Funds Release

How to be Agile With a Fixed Scope Business Case? Part1 – Small Batch Funds Release

How do you embrace change when your hands are tied by corporate red tape? Many organisations I work with have existing business cases with fixed scope, time and cost expectations when they first decide to “go agile”. The early conversations about “going agile” are generally prompted by either some misstep with a previous project or […]

25
Mar

6
Communication Cadence – The Heartbeat of Scaled Agile

Communication Cadence – The Heartbeat of Scaled Agile

In my life as a business sponsor of software development programs I spent innumerable hours in program meetings – project status meetings, RAID meetings, Steering Committees, Governance meetings, “Come to Jesus meetings”, you name it. When I was appointed to my first role on the delivery side of the fence, I thought running these meetings […]

24
Jul

2
Leading Through Vulnerability

Leading Through Vulnerability

When +Jean Tabaka ran her Scaling Collaboration workshop with my team in June, she commented on how open the team was to the experience and asked us how we went about creating an environment where traditionally introverted software engineers, from a diverse range of cultures and backgrounds, were so willing to participate in team activities. From my perspective there […]