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Future Directions for Agile

Posted by David Anderson  on  Aug 22, 2008 3

David Anderson talks about the history of Agile, the current status of it and his vision for the future. The role of Agile consists in finding ways to implement its principles.

Leading the Agile Way: Duty. Honor. Delivery.

Posted by Mark Salamango & John Cunningham  on  Dec 31, 2007

In this video Mark Salamango and John Cunningham looked at their experiences of introducing Agile in the Army, and how frequent delivery offers Agile leaders a kind of "soft" but very effective power.

Leading From A Position Of No Power: A Customer’s Perspective of an Agile Team

Posted by Alexia Bowers  on  Oct 30, 2007

Last year Agile coach Alexia Bowers walked a mile in a project customer's shoes, and told us at Agile2006 how it felt. She stressed the need to strive for creativity instead of cutting scope.

Agile Quality: A Canary in a Coal Mine

Posted by Ken Schwaber  on  Nov 13, 2006 4

Scrum co-creator Ken Schwaber spoke at Agile2006 on code quality as a corporate asset. In this video Schwaber discussed how a degrading codebase paralyses teams and increases corporate risk.

The Roots of Scrum

Posted by Jeff Sutherland  on  Sep 20, 2006 1

For 60 minutes Jeff Sutherland covers Scrum from creation to its use at Xerox, Honda, WildCard, Lexus, Google. He looks at Scrum types A, B C, and confirms that Kent Beck used Scrum practices for XP.

Agile Project Management Planning and Budgetting

Posted by David Hussman  on  Sep 12, 2006 5

Agile methods are empirical: plan, do, evaluate, plan again. To keep teams rolling, planning is critical. For 80 minutes David Hussman reviews practices for planning projects, releases, iterations.

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