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What HR or Managers can do to Support the Agile Transformation

by Ben Linders on  Feb 07, 2013 2

In an agile adoption, there is need to develop and sustain an agile culture. What can the Human Resources department or managers do to support the agile in their company, and lower the chance on employees concerns about their roles, assessments of their performance, and on their work environment?

2012 - Boom Times Are Back

by Christopher Goldsbury on  Dec 27, 2011 4

With 2012 technology salaries on the rise now may be the time for you to start your job search. This article covers the emerging trends in IT employment in 2012 and how it will impact you as an IT and software professional.

Individual Rewards on a Scrum Team

by Shane Hastie on  Nov 30, 2009 7

In a recent LinkedIn discussion the question was asked "Should we have an individual recognition reward on a Scrum team". This prompted some intense debate with points both for and against.

Does specific technology knowledge matter when recruiting?

by Niclas Nilsson on  Aug 02, 2007 14

Does technology matter when it comes to recruiting developers? Or is the way of thinking the only thing that’s really important? In a time when many job advertisements are flooded with technology buzzwords, Dan Creswell found an Amazons recruitment ad that solely focuses on thinking and understanding.

InfoQ Article: Creating a Collaborative Workspace

by Deborah Hartmann Preuss on  Jul 23, 2007 8

We may imagine an extremely Agile team as working in a minimalist teamroom, surrounded by whiteboards. But that isn't enough - some of the comforts left behind in our traditional spaces were there for good reasons. In this InfoQ article several experienced coaches offer advice from experience, on creating collaborative team spaces that work.

The Agile Alliance Takes an Official Position on Certification

by Amr Elssamadisy on  Mar 29, 2007 1

The discussions that have been happening in distributed pockets of the community regarding certification of Agile processes has prompted the Agile Alliance to take a stance. Their position is employers should have confidence only in certifications that are skill-based and difficult to achieve. That means that certifications such as Certified Scrum Master and DSDM Foundation do not pass muster.

Gender Gap Continues to Increase in IT: Gartner

by Deborah Hartmann Preuss on  Dec 14, 2006 10

A recent Gartner report on the gender gap in IT states that although many feel that women are "innately better suited than men" to navigate the new global economy, they are not choosing to enter IT - and some are leaving. Gartner predicts that by 2012, 40% of women in the IT workforce will leave traditional IT career paths.

IT Hiring Trend: Business Savvy Mandatory

by Deborah Hartmann Preuss on  Aug 20, 2006 2

Ziff Davis' August surveys find that IT is growing in all sectors, leading to increased IT hiring. And though execs express a significant preference for IT professionals with a head for business over technical wizards, they anticipate these will be hard to find. Particularly in demand are professionals in project management, business-process redesign, business analysis and systems integration.

Interviewing for Agile Teams Podcast

by Deborah Hartmann Preuss on  Aug 11, 2006

Team dynamics can dramatically affect team performance, so staffing teams well is a critical success factor. Rob Myers, an Extreme Programming coach, has recorded a podcast "Interviewing Techniques for Staffing Lean-Agile Teams."

Generalists, Brush Up Your Resumes

by Deborah Hartmann Preuss on  Jun 14, 2006

Good news: a) in many places, it's a job-hunter's market again; b) recruiters are looking for exceptional, well-rounded, super-smart generalists - multitalented, multifaceted, multitasking problem-solvers. Have you been updating your skillset? Work-force consulting firm Foote Partners tells us which skills are in demand.

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