There is no certification for #agile, like there is no certification for #democracy.Harald Dietrich
“Many organisations today are run according to management principles which are 50 to 100 years old. These methods are not appropriate to the fluid and fast-paced world we live in, but many organisations are struggling to change. This article tells about the history and future of management theory, so we [continue…]
“The Kanban Method & Enterprise Services Planning have, for a decade, offered an alternative to Agile methodologies for improving business agility across professional services organizations employing thousands of knowledge workers. This key note highlights why Kanban is the least disruptive approach to agility but the most radical alternative to Agile.” [continue…]
Yesterday evening I was conducting a 90 minutes agile training. It has been the first for a while now. It has been a practice oriented training, and it has been very comprehensive and demanding, but I have learned a lot. That’s why I want to tell a bit about my [continue…]
Agile methods are getting more and more grip in a fast-paced business world – mainly because they promise easy adaptation to change. But listening to people working in such agile setups, quite often they suffer from it than that they benefit. Why?