Every year, we see all kinds of peoples and organizations from boundless industries and verticals post the top innovations in their specific area of expertise. While I value these writings, they always seemed to be focused around pushing a specific product line or driving people toward their services. This next set of 3 blogs attempt to be different. Many of the thoughts here are based on what several of my colleagues and myself have experienced in 2019 and what we think might be the trends that 2020 will bring. We’ll also organize this into three population themes (and thus the three blogs) that the agile community should be focused around – Individuals, Organizations, and Communities.
Yesterday I was facilitating a Business Agility Meetup in which I brought in some different viewpoints from a typically "non-agile" vertical - construction. As I introduced this talk I used the adage that many of us who have spent the majority of our time in the digital/IT space use when we are talking to folks … Continue reading Reimagining Agility
It's Agile2017 time again! Woohoo!. Everyone from developers and scrum masters and lowly vendors to the "stalwarts" of the agile movement is here. Over the next week, we will listen to speakers talking about principles, application of agility, tools, systems, and even the new shiny stuff that is all around. But it tells me something about where we are headed as a "philosophy" when the first keynote speaker, David Marquet, doesn't speak of principles, tools, processes, or practices, but instead speaks of "leadership."
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Matrix Resources Professional Services Blog - Adoption or Transformation?
Technically, Agile2016 is not software, BUT, Agile2016 is about product delivery. It is a product of hard work of countless volunteers, track and submission reviewers, sponsors, companies, and the people who attend. And while I know that there was probably copious amounts of documentation and communication in paper form, the end game is not and … Continue reading Agile2016: Working Software over Comprehensive Documentation