Working Agile is no decision. It is a consequence.
Agile Frameworks are not made for taking decisions. They are made to provide guidance, how to cope adequately with consequences. Decisions have to be in place upfront. Agile Frameworks deliver procedures, roles, rituals, formats, principles, and tools. They do not improve quality, speed, satisfaction, collaboration, flexibility, risk management, and alignment by itself. This is a…
A Discussion on SAFe, LeSS, Nexus, Spotify, and more
Lot's of discussions are going on in the internet on possibilities to scale agile. There are various frameworks, which are gaining more and more popularity. This post points to one of the discussions at Agile Uprising on the topic.
Stopping the Enterprise Death Spiral with Mob Programming
“Let’s say you are at a company with 10 people; price’s law states that approximately 3 people will be responsible for half of the productivity of value. Scale that out to 100 and now it’s 10 people who are responsible for half the productivity of value. Now scale that to 10,000 and you have 100…