“Honesty is the best policy. Truth will out. In vino, veritas.” We have many quotations and sayings which call out honesty and truthfulness to be strong, always winning out over lies and politics. Could it be the same in project management?
This video discusses the four values of Agile: responding to change over following a plan, customer collaboration over contract negotiation, working software over comprehensive documentation, individuals and interactions over process and tools.
Software development is an industry that has been around for a little bit more than 50 years. There are a lot of really smart people working in this industry. How is it possible that these smart people are so good at failing software development projects? How can we as an...
Focussing on empowered professional software engineers, well defined testing strategy, process automation, high investment in people development, requirements management and strong emphasis on quality.
Continuous Delivery is a revolutionary new concept in business agility that can help large enterprises become as lean, agile and innovative as startups — making it possible to continuously adapt software in line with user feedback, shifts in the market and changes to business strategy.
With only a few principles which Kanban prescribes it can’t be treated as a method which directly shows how to organize a team or the way it works. What more, it is advised to start Kanban implementation without changing the process which is currently in place.
Learn how to use games to examine people in different ways, illustrating the impact of influences such as multitasking, fatigue and others. I’ve become fascinated by what actually happens inside us as humans. We will go further and focus on a number physiological impacts, and how it can result in...
This presentation reveals the mechanics of limiting WIP and identify false beliefs which we often embrace in software development. It explains how these Lean and Kanban mechanics can be exploited to improve processes in both expected and unexpected ways.