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  • Innovation Startups Modeling Agile Culture

    Innovation is not only about the most advanced technology; management and processes are the new era of startups' innovation. To mix the power of the data and the importance of people to offer business intelligence is a key point nowadays. The result is not only the most important thing; the way you do it is more important. To be agile is to adapt to today's market.

  • Software Teams and Teamwork Trends Report Q1 2020

    The Culture & Methods editors team present their take on the topics that are at the front of the technology adoption curve: how to make teams and teamwork more effective, in person or remote, some new tools and techniques, some ideas that have been around for a while and are starting to gain traction, the push for professionalism, ethical behavior and being socially and environmentally aware.

  • Psychological Safety: Models and Experiences

    This paper discusses psychological safety that refers to a climate in which people are comfortable being (and expressing) themselves. A proposed model (called S.A.F.E.T.Y.) is discussed briefly, and the article proposes a path to how we can use this model in agile adoptions related to teams and organizations.

  • Scrum: The Art of Changing the Possible

    The Scrum Fieldbook aims at introducing Scrum within organizations outside of the software industry, where Scrum can help leaders achieve a culture of high performance. The author shares patterns, practices and practical steps that leaders can take to incorporate these successfully in their organization.

  • Agile around The World - A Journey of Discovery

    People in different parts of the world exhibit behaviours that can either fit with agile or be an impediment. David Spinks and Glaudia Califano are travelling the world to explore how national cultures impact agile adoption.

  • Maybe Agile Is the Problem

    “Agile” now means anything, everything, and nothing. Many organizations are Agile fatigued, and the “Agile Industrial Complex” is part of the problem. Agilists must go back to the basics and simplicity of the Manifesto and 12 Principles. The Heart of Agile and Modern Agile are examples of basic, simple frameworks. Agilists also have much to learn from social sciences.

  • Scaling Agile in a Data-Driven Company

    The IT department of Cerved Group experimented with Scrum, Kanban, Lean, SAFe, and Nexus, to learn what works for them and fine-tune and continuously improve their way of working. In their transformation, they focused on the culture and mindset to cultivate high-performing teams, to improve the quality of products for customers, and to help managers transforming themselves in servant leaders.

  • Scaling Autonomy at Zalando

    Autonomy isn't something you can just give to a team, it’s something that teams learn and earn over time. It has to come with accountability to amplify working towards a purpose. At Zalando, creating the right architecture and organizational structure reduced the amount of alignment needed and freed up the energy to be more thorough where alignment is needed.

  • The Future-Ready Organization: An Interview with Agile Manifesto Co-Author Arie Van Bennekum

    Co-Author of the Agile Manifesto and Thought Leader, Arie van Bennekum is probably one of the rare co-authors of the Agile Manifesto who never lost touch with the essence of agile. To become agile, people and organizations must shift to a totally different paradigm. Arie designed an Integrated Agile Transformation Model, a proven approach to transforming organizations to new agile paradigms.

  • Holacracy for Humans

    Snapper, a New Zealand based transport ticketing service provider, wanted to be more like a city, and less like a bureaucratic corporation. In 2016 they introduced Holacracy, which enables people to act more like entrepreneurs and self-direct their work instead of waiting to be told what to do. They use Holacracy across all areas of the business and this way of working applies to everyone.

  • Culture May Eat Agile for Breakfast

    Making culture your priority during the scaling phase of your organization is a sound business decision. You have to invest by hiring for mindset and educating everyone joining the organization in agile principles to prevent turning an existing agile culture into a traditional one.

  • What Exactly is the Agile Mindset?

    We hear, and even use, the phrase “agile mindset.” But what is it, really? In this article several themes are identified, such as respect, ability to change, and focus on delivering value. Additionally, possible methods for introducing and nurturing these themes are identified.

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