Archive for July, 2012

Agile Project Management – Not Just for Software Development!

By · July 24, 2012 · Filed in Agile and Project Management Series · 2 Comments »

About Agile, Scrum, Iterative Project Management Agile or iterative project management is about setting clearly defined goals. It brings accountability, speed, and quick wins that keep teams motivated. With its iterative delivery, agility, flexibility and collaboration, agile project management creates an enhanced sense of team ownership and business satisfaction.  Scrum is a specific flavour of […]

Agile Scrum Training Toronto With Musical Chairs

By · July 18, 2012 · Filed in Agile Scrum Training · No Comments »

Our New Agile Coach & Instructor July 10-11 we had another successful public offering of our Agile SDLC Boot Camp training Toronto! The session was facilitated by a new addition to the WFS team, Doug Stewart.  Doug is an agile coach and training facilitator.  With early experience in applying Spiral Method and Rapid Prototyping techniques, […]

Agile Principles & Scrum Practices

The Difference Between Agile & Scrum When asked to explain the difference between Agile & Scrum, I find it helpful to think in terms of principles and practices: Principles of course are those large ideas that guide what we do Practices are the actual things we wind up doing An example of an Agile principle […]