Adding YouTube videos

https://youtu.be/AOgyh0LDKs0 Do They Know This Agile Thing? 2018 | Band Aid Parody Just trying out the YouTube embed feature with this Agile-based bit of Christmas fun. You’re welcome. *edit* OK, so the formatting of this post is even worse than the one for the earlier Flickr one. Am disappointed. I’m assuming that the 2019 WordPress…… Continue reading Adding YouTube videos

200/365 Teal

“200/365 Teal” by rutty is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA I like nothing better to do on the third Wednesday evening of each month than to head to Notts Agile at Capital One and enjoy some edutainment. Tonight’s topic was on the delights of TEAL, an approach that is partly Agile, partly systems thinking, partly all…… Continue reading 200/365 Teal

46/365 DevOps

https://flic.kr/p/RYp2yZ I went to the monthly Notts Agile tonight. The talks were both quite Enterprise-centric, in that both speakers were movers and shakers at Worldline. They’re enormous in the micropayment industry, and have long histories in public transport. The first talk was about the emerging importance of DevOps. I’ve never really had a chance at…… Continue reading 46/365 DevOps

16/365 SAFe hugs Scrum

https://flic.kr/p/QGX5EN I work in Software Development as a tester, and have spent many a happy evening learning about tech-related methodologies in some of the great meetups we have in Nottingham. One of these meetups is Notts Agile, which has introduced me to a whole pile of great Agile stuff. We sometimes get free stuff (along…… Continue reading 16/365 SAFe hugs Scrum

LeadingAnswers: Leadership and Agile Project Management Blog: Big Agile, the Route Less Travelled

Agile methods have been found to be extremely effective when used correctly. A reasonable reaction to witnessing any great performance in an organization is to demand more of it. So a tremendous amount of time, effort and resources have been expended over the last few years on scaling agile for the enterprise with all the…… Continue reading LeadingAnswers: Leadership and Agile Project Management Blog: Big Agile, the Route Less Travelled