Too many fluffy agile bunnies

by Carl Weller on 04/07/2017 10:00

This article is republished from my original 'Too many fluffy agile bunnies' post in LinkedIn.

After having Frederick Laloux's "Reinventing Organisations" on my iPad for about 2 years I finally read it. It took me two attempts (there's a story there) and it left me with mixed feelings.

I know this book and the concept of teal organisations has a big following in the Agile community, and that some of what I'm going to say in this post will upset folks a bit, but here goes.

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Make the team go faster, we've got so much to do and so little time!

by Carl Weller on 27/06/2017 10:00

This article is republished from my original 'Make the team go faster, we've got so much to do and so little time!' post in LinkedIn.

It's surprising how often I hear this.

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Chris Nikitas and his 'Certified Agile Leadership' London experience

by Brendon Livingstone on 24/02/2017 11:00

On 19-20 April we will be delivering a one-off certification course in Auckland - Certified Agile Leadership, with international trainer and Certified Enterprise Coach Michael Sahota.

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Introducing Agile in Government - part 1: Assessing current state

by Ray Cooke on 25/05/2016 10:00

For the last 8 months I've been helping a development team in a government department improve their development capability. Part of this involved introducing various concepts normally found under the "Agile" and "Lean" umbrella terms. This blog post is the beginning of a series recounting my experiences during this work. I hope this is of use if you are introducing Agile in government teams.

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Answers to your Scrum and Agile project management questions

by Carl Weller on 27/04/2016 11:30

Last week I presented a webinar The ‘edges’ of Scrum – Addressing project management concerns on Agile projects which focused on where Scrum fits in to a typical PRINCE2 and PMI project lifecycle and what project management concerns are addressed by Scrum.

During the webinar we received a number of questions, some of them I responded to as part of the webinar, but there was insufficient time for all of the questions. So in this blog post I answer all of the questions asked during the webinar.

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