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How to Achieve a Successful Agile Transformation

280 Group

You’ve decided to move to Agile product development. Before you pop open the Champagne, here’s the bad news : 47% of Agile transformations fail. Cargo-Cultism – Agile is installed, not instilled . Command-and-Controlism – Agile teams are using a Waterfall process . Agile Scapegoatism – The process is weaponized .

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Kanban and SAFe®: BFFs? Exploring Kanban, Scaling, and Lean-Agile Frameworks

Agile Velocity

I recently had the opportunity to listen in during a LinkedIn/YouTube Live conversation between my fellow AV Transformation Coach Colleen Johnson and Roger Turnau, both seasoned Lean-Agile practitioners. Colleen and Roger gave special attention to the context of the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe ® ). Maybe a first date?

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Why designers fail to integrate into Agile teams

UX Planet

Prescriptive Agile frameworks make it hard for designers to add valuable contributions to the team. Desperate to find an alternative to our ineffective process, I stumbled upon Agile and it blew my mind. But in my new Agile team, I was designing fragments that felt incomplete. Our design process was waterfall. Guess what?

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Critiquing the Scaled Agile Framework, With Relevance for Followers of Any Process

The Product Coalition

Recently, a colleague of mine complained, “SAFe is so waterfally” I’ve actually done a few waterfall projects and the Scaled Agile… Continue reading on Product Coalition »

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Scaling Agile With Collaborative Learning

Speaker: Yuval Yeret, Enterprise Agile Coach, AgileSparks; Aryeh Sivan, Senior Director of Engineering, Akamai Technologies; and Yuval Zach, VP Customers, Shamaym

Continuous learning is a new addition to the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe 5). Join us for a panel discussion sharing successful strategies for scaling Agile with continuous learning: Process: how to create a sustainable learning and improvement process? Technology: what is the role of technology in scaling Agile?

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Scrum: A Simple Guide to Agile Product Development

The Product Coalition

Scrum is an Agile methodology that can help teams work together more efficiently to develop products. Here’s how it works: Image Credits The Basics of Scrum Scrum is a framework for developing and sustaining complex products. The framework consists of Scrum teams, roles, events, artifacts, and rules. Crown Business.

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How Agile Has Changed Product Management

Roman Pichler

Before the advent of agile frameworks like Scrum , a product person—the product manager—would typically carry out the market research, compile a market requirements specification, create a business case, put together product roadmap, write a requirements specification, and then hand it off to a project manager.

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