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  • Panel: The Value of Agile Leadership to the Enterprise

    InfoQ presents a one hour video from the APLN Leadership Summit at Agile2006, where a panel of business leaders spoke about their experiences: Bud Phillips (Capital One Financial), Israel Ganot (BMC Software), Steven Ambrose (DTE Energy), Peter George (Cronos Inc.). Topics included top-down vs. bottom-up adoption, making the leap of faith to enterprise adoption and the value of the PMO.

    Panel: The Value of Agile Leadership to the Enterprise
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    59:41
  • Per Kroll on the Eclipse Process Framework

    The PM of the Eclipse Process Framework project explained at Agile2006 how IBM's Eclipse-based process tools allow teams to select the practices they want to create a customized methodology that works for them. With a wiki and hooks to insert custom in-house documentation and practices, it provides a framework to configure the approach you want, or to grow into the approach you need.

    Per Kroll on the Eclipse Process Framework
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    25:47
  • Little and Spayd on Agile and Organizational Change

    Agile, once the territory of "early adopters" is coming into the mainstream and meeting resistance. Does this mean Agile can't work in more traditional teams and organizations? Not necessarily, say coaches Michael Spayd and Joe Little, in this InfoQ interview taped at Agile2006. What's needed is an awareness of the need to facilitate organizational change.

    Little and Spayd on Agile and Organizational Change
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    30:18
  • Linda Rising on Collaboration, Bonobos and The Brain

    In this InfoQ interview, author and coach Linda Rising reflected on scientific research suggesting that we may be hardwired to work in small, collaborative teams. She also explained what led up to her popular Agile2006 talk "Are Agilists the Bonobos of the Software World?" which focused on their "make love not war" social rituals. The apes' rituals, that is.

    Linda Rising on Collaboration, Bonobos and The Brain
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    30:05
  • Per Kroll on Agility & Discipline, Distributed Dev, RUP Subsets

    Per Kroll is responsible for developing and managing RUP at Rational. In the interview, Per shares insights from his book 'Agility and Discipline', Agile practices for distributed development, how RUP is changing to support teams that want to customize it, and RUP vs. Agile.

    Per Kroll on Agility & Discipline, Distributed Dev, RUP Subsets
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    24:35
  • Interview: Agile Thought-Leader Alistair Cockburn

    At Agile2006 InfoQ interviewed Alistair Cockburn, methodology creator, author and long-time leader in the Agile community. Topics discussed ranged from the history of the Agile movement to the future of methodologies, with a look at User Stories and Use Cases along the way. This interview uncovers how his research for IBM may have sparked the creation of the Agile Manifesto.

    Interview: Agile Thought-Leader Alistair Cockburn
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    30:43
  • Interview: Ron Jeffries on Running Tested Features

    Ron Jeffries' upcoming book looks at how tracking "Running Tested Features" is the essential element of Agility, from which all other practices and activities necessarily follow. Deborah Hartmann interviews Ron who takes to the whiteboard to explain how, when supported by XP's "simple design" practice, RTF helps teams deliver consistently without building up costly technical debt.

    Interview: Ron Jeffries on Running Tested Features
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    23:45
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