Ceri Shaw, Adrian Banks discuss the challenges and rewards of Agile when working on an enterprise software product and contrast them with working in a more traditionally Agile SaaS setting.
Andy Carmichael shares the experiences of a team new to Scrum adopting a customized Kanban process that would allow changes that were kept only if they were confident they resulted in improvements.
Michael Ong shares an approach that was used in two environments with success to bring products to market with a focus on users while considering business conditions and constraints.
Andrea Burbank discusses the risks, benefits, and lessons from running a single huge experiment with hundreds of moving parts, and with long-term engagement as the metric of success.
Ellie Kenwood discusses some of the challenges of integrating user experience into an Agile delivery model, including a case study.
Randy Shoup tells war stories from Google and eBay focusing on how to scale code, infrastructure, performance, and operations, along with hard-won lessons learned in scaling them.
Thomas Lant presents how Lean Kanban was introduced into their organization, the challenges met, initial reactions and fears, the outcome.
David Dame discusses a case study on legacy products using a Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD) process that incorporates a hybrid of Scrum & Kanban frameworks contained in a serial governed process.
Phil Poole presents ITV’s software development processes, the use of Kanban to adapt to change, to communicate to senior stakeholders, and to provide visibility of the project state.
Jason Little, Carlos Oliveira, April Jefferson discuss how to co-create change by involving the people affected by it in the design of the change, through theory and multiple real-world case studies.
Geoff Bones, Luke Drury share the lessons learned setting up code kata programs in several companies, what has worked and hasn’t.
Thomas Epping considers that case studies, even successful ones, should not be blindly applied everywhere, but one should take only what’s useful for one’s circumstance.