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Changing the Culture for Agile

by Ben Linders on  Dec 20, 2012

Organizations have a need for changing the culture when implementing agile. Different approaches exist to spread agile ideas and make changes happen.

XP Days Benelux 2012, first day sessions on agile

by Ben Linders on  Nov 30, 2012

The 10th anniversary edition of the XP Days Benelux 2012 conference provides good opportunity for exchanging ideas and sharing experiences on agile. An impression of some of the sessions from day 1.

Culture Game Extract #3 Now Available from InfoQ

by Shane Hastie on  Sep 12, 2012

The latest extract from Dan Mezick's book The Culture Game is now available on InfoQ.com He is also an organizer for The Agile CULTURE Conference being held in Boston and Philadelphia this week.

Culture Game Extract #2 Now Available from InfoQ

by Shane Hastie on  Aug 08, 2012

The second extract from Dan Mezick’s new book The Culture Game is now available for InfoQ readers. The book examines the lessons learned about creating and nurturing organisational culture, and encouraging culture change. This extract discusses how to map the lessons of agile to any enterprise.

Individual Yield

by Christopher Goldsbury on  Dec 28, 2011 6

Tony Wong, a project management blackbelt, enumerates some practical points on individual procutivity. This article wonders how well these apply to software development and contrasts his list with that of other lists.

Amplifying Your Effectiveness (AYE) Conference 2011

by Todd Charron on  Dec 05, 2011 1

The Amplifying Your Effectiveness (or AYE) Conference took place this year in Cary, North Carolina...

Should Agile Coaches Have a Code of Ethics?

by Todd Charron on  Nov 14, 2011 7

Recently on the Agile Leaders mailing list Dan Mezick initiated a discussion on the need for Agile Coaching Ethics.

Steve Denning on Customer Delight at Agile 2011

by Shane Hastie on  Sep 03, 2011 1

Steve Denning gave two talks at the Agile 2011 conference in Salt Lake City, both focusing on moving organisations to "21st Century Management" and showing how Agile principles support and enable this change. He maintains that management is in need of an overhaul and that the takeup of Agile approaches helps organisations to make these changes, but Agile alone is not enough.

Is there an Agile Personality Type?

by Shane Hastie on  Apr 25, 2011 9

There has been quite a bit of research in both academic and practitioner circles into the impact of personality types on agile teams. Various commentators have asked variations on the question “is there an agile personality type”. The most common answer seems to be “it depends”, but there seem to be some key characteristics that seem to indicate an affinity with agile methods

iPhone Antenna Problems Pose Alternative Interface Design Questions

by Dave West on  Jun 25, 2010 1

Problems with the new iPhone4G antenna again raise questions about interface design for small devices. This article briefly recaps some of the problems posed by phones and similar devices and points to some potential alternative interface solutions.

Making Change Stick

by Shane Hastie on  Apr 02, 2010 1

Making cultural change in an organisation is hard, and fraught with risk. Adopting Agile principles is a major cultural shift for many organisations. Management consultant and author Steve Denning has been researching what makes change stick, and provides some concrete advice for change agents.

US Scrum Gathering 2010 Kicks Off With a Day of "Deep Dives"

by Mike Bria on  Mar 08, 2010 2

The 2010 US Scrum Gathering kicked off Monday in Orlando with a buzzworthy day of "deep dive" learning, collaboration, and healthy debate.

Jean Tabaka at Agile Australia 2009

by Shane Hastie on  Oct 31, 2009

Jean Tabaka spoke at the Agile Australia 2009 conference in Sydney on 15+16 October. Her keynote talk titled "12 Agile Adoption Failure Modes", in which she identified a dozen common roadblocks that can prevent effective transformation to Agile techniques in organizations.

EU Software Libability lawsuit: half say unit testing is the answer

by Mike Bria on  Jul 29, 2009 15

52% of the .NET developers surveyed by Typemock think that unit testing can help companies avoid law suits associated with the proposed EU software liability bill. What does this say?

Presentation: Democratic Political Technology Revolution

by Dave West on  Jun 01, 2009 1

The state of the art in political technology evolved radically 2004-2008. In 2004, software development in Democratic political campaigns consisted of a few rag-tag hackers taking shots in the dark and building applications. In 2008, political start-ups built innovative social applications that raised nearly 1/2 billion dollars, and elected a President.

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