Archive for October, 2012

Agile Training Toronto – We Did It Again!

By · October 31, 2012 · Filed in Agile Scrum Training · No Comments »

In this post I am going to share some of the participant feedback we received from the most recent delivery of our Agile SDLC Boot Camp Training Toronto.  We have delivered this course to more than 200 participants in the last 9 months so that speaks for itself, but what says even more are the […]

Agile Principles and Practices Training – With Tennis Balls

By · October 25, 2012 · Filed in Agile Scrum Training · No Comments »

October 17th we delivered the Sprint in a Day workshop to the PMI Ottawa Valley Chapter during the 2012 PMI National Capital Project Management Symposium.  This was a session customized for the Project Manager audience.  We had 44 participants in attendance. We understand the importance in adult learning of making the experience engaging, practical and […]

Agile Dysfunction Series Part 1: Lengthening the Sprint

The Importance of Small Chunks of Work Every Agile Software Development Team understands the importance of tackling work in small chunks the team can commit to truly finishing in a short period of time – meaning specifying, developing and validating.  Small pieces of work are more easily estimated and relatively sized.  Small work items can […]