Archive for June, 2013

Agile Development – Delivering the Right Things at the Right Time

Agile Development is Doing Things We Already Know Differently It’s a project management framework that emphasizes… High performing teams, not high performing individuals Getting started when “just enough” detail is available Responding quickly to change Customer engagement & feedback Frequent delivery of the software that is of the highest business value It’s not fundamentally different […]

Agile Project Management – Turned Our Project into a Well Oiled Machine

By · June 25, 2013 · Filed in Agile and Project Management Series, Agile Scrum Coaching · Comments Off on Agile Project Management – Turned Our Project into a Well Oiled Machine

About Agile, Scrum, Iterative Project Management Agile project management 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 […]

Agile Training Toronto – Drinking the Kool-Aid

Often, part of our client’s objective when they come to us for services is to get their development team members believing in the Agile principles and support the use of Agile practices. They will say things like “part of what we need to do is sell the teams Agile.” People are Naturally Resisters In  previous […]

Agile Requirements Training Toronto – User Stories

We recently facilitated our Crafting Agile User Stories workshop to a client who’s teams were already pretty high functioning with Agile methodologies and Scrum. The course was a success; we achieved another 80% NPS result.  Although most members of the teams were very familiar with Agile User Stories, they felt the course and activities taught […]