In the software world, there are principles that can be applied to make an architecture more agile. One of these is “design for change”. Because change is inevitable, a robust design will anticipate change in a way that minimizes impact
In this post I want to show where Scrum fits in the greater scheme of things now that we are well into the 21st Century. The context here is software development, where Scrum got its start. Scrum is used for
A frequently asked question in Scrum classes is this: ”Is Scrum best for every type of project?” My answer is “No”. I will explain this answer in three different ways in my next 3 posts. In this one, I will
One of the most frequent Scrum questions I get in my travels is this: “How can we improve our Sprints so that we don’t run out of time for testing?” The answer is simple. Stop treating your Sprints like a
Here is a link to my recipe for running a Coaches Clinic at a conference. My experience is with Agile Software Development conferences but this structure could be used for any conference that has people seeking a little coaching help.
I recently had the pleasure to facilitate my third Coaches Clinic at an Agile conference. Here are some things that people asked about.