Sprints, user stories, definitions of done, daily stand-ups, backlog grooming, sprint planning, retrospectives, burn-down charts, pair programming, technical spikes, continuous integration, test driven development, specification by example, refactoring…
Yesterday Certified Enterprise Coach Michael Sahota delivered an excellent webinar with the Scrum Alliance - Certified Agile Leadership: The Secret to High Performance. The webinar was recorded and you can view it here:
We're thrilled to have Michael Sahota, a Canadian-based Scrum Alliance Certified Enterprise Coach visiting with us in April this year.
There have been various opinions and articles lately on the merits of marrying Agile, Scrum and Waterfall approaches to create hybrid models, for example Planning and Managing Development Projects: The Hybrid Way by Michael Wood.
In my previous articles in this series I have spoken about my experiences helping a government development team improve their capability.
In the first article Introducing Agile in Government – part 1: Assessing current state I assessed current state and as a result decided on an initial course of action to implement Kanban, with the goal of: