Agile Developer Curriculum

I know, long time since the last post. Life is rich. Thanks for asking.

I was at Agile Open San Diego last week. Thi sis annual event where smart people get together to learn from each other. I highly recommend it for next year. There are other Agile Opens in Orange County, San Francisco and Seattle.

I attended a session to discuss training for developers on Agile Teams. It was a small, passionate group. There were people from Net Objectives, a great source of technical resources and enterprise Agile transition, and Rocket Nine Solutions, an Agile consultancy I have been working with over the past year.  (more…)

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Certified Agile Leadership Level I, Jan. 18-20, 2017 in Tustin, CA

My colleague Pete Behrens is offering a great new course Certified Agile Leadership Level I, Jan. 18-20, 2017 in Tustin, CA. This course is the first step in a great new Scrum Alliance program for managers, directors, VPs and executives who want to expand their understanding and effectiveness at building truly Agile organizations. Coaches are welcome, too.

If you are an organization leader, contact us for a discount code.

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Is Scrum the Best Agile Framework?

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 many other types of work now but we are going to stick with software in this post. We will see that Scrum is just one tool in the set for achieving business agility.

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Is Scrum the Best Choice for Any Kind of Work?

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 present  a mashup four-quadrant model derived from two prior sources that gives us an easy way to compare two fairly obvious work characteristics to known process frameworks. (more…)

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