At the inaugural SAFe Regional Summit in Frankfurt, I was luck enough to chat with Gez Smith about Why Agile Transformations Fail (and what you can do to prevent it…) We discuss whether lean is Japanese, the role of discipline in an agile adoption and the tension between discipline and autonomy, the potential inter-relationship of […]
Use this link to download a free copy of my article on 12 Lean Habits of the 21st-Century Technology Leader from the January 2017 issue of the Cutter Business Technology Journal.
Last year I wrote about the communication cadence and in particular the daily feature wall stand up that was the heartbeat of the EDW Agile Release Train. Recently I received an email from someone who had read this post and wanted to know more. As he quite rightly pointed out the “post lacked the details […]
At Agile Australia this year I took some time out to talk with +Craig Smith, +Tony Ponton and +Renee Troughton from The Agile Revolution about the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) and Impact Mapping. You can read a summary of the discussion and listen to the podcast here: Context Matters in SAFe with Em Campbell-Pretty Share this with your followers on Twitter
Thursday De-Mystifying Kanban: Understanding Its Many Faces +Al Shalloway Al provided a very thorough and complete explanation of the various flavours of Kanban. He covered: Kanban as a signal Kanban as a Team Development Process Kanban’s Roots in Lean Scrum as a Manifestation of Lean Lean Kanban University (LKU) Kanban aka The Kanban Method Kanban Thinking […]
When first invited to Scrum Australia I was dubious, but as I always say, “nothing ventured nothing gained”, so I thanked Martin Kearns for the invite and booked my trip to Sydney! For me Kenny Rubin stole the show. Given I am SAFe Program Consultant, Kenny’s views on Economically Sensible Scrum and Strategies for Portfolio Management really resonated […]