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Agile's Next Wave: Transforming the Business

by Christopher Goldsbury on  Feb 13, 2012 4

A recent Forrester report gives evidence to the advance of agility into the business world. This article reviews this trend and some of its potential implications.

The Lean Startup Frenzy

by Christopher Goldsbury on  Dec 29, 2011

Is the Lean Startup movement another fad or a real source of value creation? The implications of the latter are extreme. If Lean Startup is a real way to achieve consistent success in new ventures then Eric Ries may have cracked the code toward persistent venture success and ultimately: wealth creation.

Individual Yield

by Christopher Goldsbury on  Dec 28, 2011

Tony Wong, a project management blackbelt, enumerates some practical points on individual procutivity. This article wonders how well these apply to software development and contrasts his list with that of other lists.

Have the Pragmatists Won? Water-Scrum-Fall Is the Norm

by Christopher Goldsbury on  Dec 16, 2011 16

Dave West, Director of Research and Vice President at Forrester, asserts that Water-Scrum-Fall is the norm in IT today. Forrester's research raises the question: is anyone really doing pure scrum?

Agility Meets Austerity

by Christopher Goldsbury on  Dec 06, 2011 1

As western governments struggle with difficult debt to GDP ratios, the UK is turning to innovation and agile practices to help create a more efficient and less risky IT project delivery framework.

Scrum Extensions Update - 4th Quarter 2011

by Christopher Goldsbury on  Nov 27, 2011 2

This is the 4th quarter 2011 update of scrum extensions. InfoQ will be looking at proposed and approved extensions each quarter to see how scrum changes and evolves.

Agile 2011 Videos Now Available On New Agile Alliance Learning Center

by Craig Smith on  Nov 15, 2011 1

The Agile Alliance have recently launched a new Learning Center, with the highlight at launch being the availability of keynotes and selected presentations from the Agile 2011 conference.

Should Agile Coaches Have a Code of Ethics?

by Todd Charron on  Nov 14, 2011 4

Recently on the Agile Leaders mailing list Dan Mezick initiated a discussion on the need for Agile Coaching Ethics.

Can Agile Development Work in Hardware Projects?

by Shane Hastie on  Oct 21, 2011 2

With the take up of Agile approaches in the software world, some commentators in the hardware space have been asking how these techniques can be applied and used in the development of hardware-intensive systems. Two recent articles provide advice and guidance on possible ways to gain the benefits of Agile development in the hardware realm.

Sustainable Pace – What’s it mean and how to achieve it?

by Shane Hastie on  Oct 09, 2011

The Agile Leaders newsgroup recently had a discussion on establishing and maintaining a sustainable pace of work, often in the face of organizational pressure for teams and individuals to work longer and longer hours. The contributors provided some concrete ideas and specific advice, as well as discussing why this situation occurs.

Individuals and Interactions are Important, but so are Processes and Tools

by Craig Smith on  Oct 07, 2011 3

There has been a lot of discussion recently about the tension inherent in the Agile Manifesto value "individuals and interactions over processes and tools". This item examines some of the points that have been made.

Agile 2011 In Summary

by Shane Hastie on  Aug 20, 2011 5

A brief summary and overview of the Agile 2011 conference held in Salt Lake City from 8-12 August. This article lists the key facts about the conference and identifies some of the highlights for this reporter. Future articles will expand on the content of a number of the talks.

The Manifesto Overload

by Vikas Hazrati on  Jul 10, 2011 4

By definition a Manifesto is a public declaration of principles and intentions which describes the motives, reasoning and demands of a group. One of the more popular manifestos is the Agile Manifesto but there has been quite and epidemic since then.

More Reflections on 10 Years Since the Agile Manifesto

by Shane Hastie on  Apr 09, 2011 2

In February it was 10 years since the signing of the Agile Manifesto in 2001. InfoQ is running a series of articles commemorating the decade of agility. In this item we report on what a number of commentators and agile luminaries have written recently on the current and future state of Agility.

The H-A Manifesto

by Alex Blewitt on  Apr 01, 2011 3

The latest of the agile manifestos, in a long line of manifestos, has been launched today, called the H-A Manifesto. Read on to find out if you can apply it in your organisation.

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