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  • How to Communicate Better in Distributed Teams

    by Hugo Messer Savita Pahuja Arjan Franzen on  May 26, 2017

    In this article, Hugo, Arjan and Savita explain how their distributed agile framework can help distributed teams communicate better. Based on over a decade of experience, they share actionable practices that can help you improve the communication with team members across the world. Topics covered are virtues, trust, communication rhythm, retrospectives for distributed teams.

  • Developing Quality Software: Differentiating Factors

    by Cynthia Freeney on  Mar 02, 2017

    The level of software quality attainable is a reflection of an organizational business decision. There are many factors that influence this decision, including development, build and testing environments effectiveness, resources and their associated skillset, integrity, motivations and experience levels, commercial agreements, and adopted processes and productivity tools.

  • Lynne Cazaly on Making Sense using Visual Communications

    by Shane Hastie on  Dec 05, 2015

    Lynne Cazaly spoke at the recent Agile New Zealand conference on the importance of clarity and sense-making in a world where VUCA (volatility, uncertainty, complexity, ambiguity) is the norm. She presented ideas on how to convey messages more effectively using visual tools and gave the audience a quickfire class on communicating using simple images.

Agile and SOA, Hand in Glove?

Posted by Mary Beijleveld on  Feb 02, 2010

We examine the compatibility between SOA and Agile development.

"Who Do You Trust?" by Linda Rising

Posted by Tsutomu Yasui , translated by Kazuteru Tajima   on  Sep 23, 2008

Dr. Linda Rising talks about experiments conducted many years ago, presenting how deep, powerfully affecting, and difficult to avoid are human “prejudices” and “stereotypes”. 1

Using Numbers to Communicate - in the Spirit of Agile

Posted by Linda Rising Barbara Chauvin on  Jun 13, 2008

Developers and the business use numbers differently, leading to poor communication. Here the "Spirit of Agile" tells a developer the trick: translate non-computational issues into number language. 3

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