Succeeding With Agile: A Guide To Transitioning

Posted by Mike Cohn  on  Aug 07, 2008 3 Posted by Mike Cohn Follow 2 Followers  on  Aug 07, 2008 3

Mike Cohn talks about the transitioning process towards an agile organization, why the process is inherently difficult, and what it takes to see self-organization emerging.


Introduction to Agile for Traditional Project Managers

Posted by Stacia Broderick  on  Jul 13, 2008 11 Posted by Stacia Broderick Follow 0 Followers  on  Jul 13, 2008 11

This session is specifically aimed at traditionally trained project managers who are new to Agile, and who would like to be able to relate the PMI's best practices to their Agile equivalents.


Agile in the Waterfall Enterprise by Michele Sliger

Posted by Michele Sliger  on  Jun 19, 2008 8 Posted by Michele Sliger Follow 0 Followers  on  Jun 19, 2008 8

In large organizations, it’s simply not practical to just "flip a switch" and have your IT department start doing agile all at once.


The Agile Enterprise: Real World Experience in Creating Agile Companies

Posted by Jeff Sutherland  on  May 28, 2008 Posted by Jeff Sutherland Follow 2 Followers  on  May 28, 2008

Creating a successful Scrum team is only the first step on the road to an Agile company. A successful product portfolio delivered by distributed/outsourced teams is also needed.


Mary Poppendieck on The Role of Leadership in Software Development

Posted by Mary Poppendieck  on  Nov 27, 2007 3 Posted by Mary Poppendieck Follow 0 Followers  on  Nov 27, 2007 3

This 90-minute talk reviewed 20th century theories, including Toyota and Deming, and addressed "the matrix problem", alignment, waste cutting, standards and "balance sheet thinking".


I don't like Mondays

Posted by Jean Tabaka  on  Nov 05, 2007 1 Posted by Jean Tabaka Follow 0 Followers  on  Nov 05, 2007 1

Teams moving from command-and-control to a collaborative culture may find themselves in non-stop meetings. In this Agile2007 talk, an Agile coach offers guidance on how to alleviate meeting burnout.


Planning and Maintaining the Rhythm of Distributed Scrum

Posted by Hubert Smits  on  Oct 08, 2007 Posted by Hubert Smits Follow 0 Followers , Guy Pshigoda Follow 0 Followers  on  Oct 08, 2007

BMC Identity Management used Scrum to handle uncertain requirements when developing their next generation product with a distributed team of 50 on 4 continents.

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