MAnny Gonzalez was recently appointed as the CEO of the Scrum Alliance. He discusses the current state of the Scrum Alliance and presents his vision for the organisation in the future, changing the worl of work for the better. He talks about some of the initiatives the Scrum Alliance is undertaking and what they mean for the members of the organisation.
Carol talks about the growth of the Scrum Alliance to over 325000 members, the role of the Scrum Master, Scrum Gatherings around the world and taking Scrum beyond Software Development.
Michele Sliger helps bridge the divide between traditional project management and Agile so that classically trained PM’s can successfully apply Agile practices, and more importantly, an Agile mindset. Along the way, Michele clears up some of the confusion about the strengthened Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum Professional certification and the new PMI Agile Certified Practitioner certification.
Ten Years after the Agile Manifesto Jeff Sutherland muses the question of whether Agile teams are truly Agile. You’re not Agile if you’re not producing product at the end of each sprint. Jeff discusses doing scrum well, velocity and production measurements and the next big challenge for Agile leaders.
Ron Jeffries discusses the potential of Agile methods and the possible effect it could have on the programming industry. The impact could be greater with enterprise software as developers invest more time to understand the practice and technology they are using while being mindful.