Agile Trends 2020: Part 3 – Communities (COVID-19 Redux)

must say that I started this "final post in the series" about three weeks ago, just before I flew up to Minneapolis to do training. At the time I started this blog post it was more about how we grow and strengthen the communities, whether the national and international agile communities or our local agile communities; how we focus on creating "matrix's" of agile professional and organizational incubation and areas where professionals can share and grow. However, all of that went out the window...

Agile2016: Individuals and Interactions over Processes and Tools

As an agilist, I sometimes get worried over what I would call the "consumerization" of Agile.  Along the way it feels as though it has become less of the anti-command-and-control, return to the people, transformative movement and has become - more or less - a way for all of consultants to make money.  It has … Continue reading Agile2016: Individuals and Interactions over Processes and Tools