Messing With the Scrum Recipe

Content By agilealliance .org Scrum has been around since the mid-eighties, so why is it that some companies make it work so beautifully while others end up in such chaos that they run back to old methods? Maybe those companies that flounder or fail do...

Managing Multiple Scrum Teams | Agile Alliance

Content By agilealliance .org I can’t juggle. But this post isn’t and Scrum Master juggler Iurii Ilantaskii. In his report, Parallel Juggling while Coaching Multiple Teams, Iurii shares his experiences juggling his duties as a Scrum Master in support of multiple teams. OK, Iurii didn’t...

Looking at Systems to Enhance Outcomes

Content By agilealliance .org (This is Part 3 in a 5-part series.) In Part 1, we discussed how when we focus on lean thinking, we can accomplish more, reliably and consistently. In Part 2, we discussed these ideas: Local variation can enhance the work and...

Climbing the Testing Pyramid | Agile Alliance

Content By agilealliance .org This interview is in Spanish. However, you can read a summary in English below. I had the great pleasure of interviewing Natalia Lehmann, an Argentine software developer who has been working for Grupo Esfera for more than a decade. Natalia is...

Adaptability Enhances How We Work

Content By agilealliance .org (This is Part 2 in a 5-part series.) In our last post we explored these ideas: When the organization and the teams explicitly limit their work Maintain continuous improvement Visualize and focus on the work (not any person) And use the...

Organizational Change | Agile Alliance

Content By agilealliance .org This interview is in Spanish. However, you can read a summary in English below. In this interview I had the opportunity to talk with Erich Bühler, an Uruguayan by birth who moved to Spain many years ago and from there has...

Agility in Shared Services: Reigning in the Chaos

Content By agilealliance .org The “ITSM Tornado” has been defined as the “whirlwind of requests for Platforms, IT Service Management, and infrastructure support that come in from many different directions, by the minute or even second, which requires combing through and prioritizing based on severity...