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How to Change a Workshop In-Person Game to a Remote Simulation for Effective Results

Johanna Rothman

If you took an agile workshop sometime in the past 15 years, you probably played the “ ball game.” Especially since they've probably suffered through way too many “agileworkshops with more and more games. We now have a team environment that can use agile principles, but we're not quite done.

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Tired of Fake Agility? Choose When to Experiment and When to Deliver

Johanna Rothman

I have a new book: Project Lifecycles: How to Reduce Risks, Release Successful Products, and Increase Agility. I wrote it because I'm concerned about what I see in too many supposedly agile teams: Crazy-long backlogs and roadmaps. A focus on a “standard” agile approach, regardless of how much agility is in that approach.

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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. The Brave New Agile World.

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Agile Product Life Cycle-Practices & Tools

The Product Coalition

In the previous article, I discussed in detail about Agile Product Life Cycle and its different phases and outcomes that allow an organization to function end to end in an agile product life cycle. In image 1 I have listed some practices in sticky notes below each of the phases to drive the Agile product life cycle.

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How Agile Managers Use Uncertainty to Create Better Decisions Faster

Johanna Rothman

But most of my business focuses on coaching, workshops, or consulting. Does that sound like an agile team to you? However, managers don't create features as agile teams do. Agile teams don't assume they make a final product the first time out. How can managers work as agile teams do, so they can change direction?

Agile 101
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Q2 2023 Writing Workshop Open for Registration

Johanna Rothman

I have opened the Q2 2023 Free Your Inner Writer workshop for registration. If you want my support in your writing, take the workshop. (If If you haven't yet bought the book, I'll give you a copy as part of the workshop.) See the syllabus on the Free Your Inner Writer workshop page. I can help. Register now. Contact me.

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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. The Brave New Agile World.

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