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A DevOps Journey

podCast
by Dave Prior

IT director Stan Jaroszewski discusses the evolution from a siloed Waterfall environment to a DevOps model, using a “continuous improvement umbrella” as the underlying driver for culture change within a highly regulated healthcare-pharmaceutical organization. The journey included “pioneers, settlers and cave-dwellers.” [25 min.]

When-Where Agility

by Bart Gerardi

Organizations don’t become agile overnight. It takes deep commitment at all levels, and it permeates all facets of the business. Missteps are to be expected, but to get started on the right track, we must first understand when and where agility makes the most sense for the organization.

5 Ways to Cap Meeting Mayhem

by Shawn Dickerson

Some meetings are useful and productive; many more are black holes of wasted time, energy and resources. Here are five ground rules to get your organization’s meetings under control. A few might “meet” resistance, but over time most people will welcome an approach that focuses more on getting work done and less on talking about it.

Organizational Agility

by Bart Gerardi

At its core, Organizational Agility is about strategic responsiveness and functional flexibility. Companies that master it — that embrace rapid change as a source of energy and innovation — will thrive while others stagnate. Here is an introduction to the concept, including the driving forces behind it and the characteristics that define it.

The ‘Don’t Know’ Mindset

podCast
by Dave Prior

Here’s a short but far-ranging conversation with Mike Cohn, whose opening keynote at this week’s Scrum Gathering made a persuasive case for open-mindedness. By being willing to admit we’re wrong and avoiding loyalty to any one brand of Agile, Cohn says we’re much more likely to discover good ideas. [14 min.]

Naked Agile

podCast
by Dave Prior

Skip Angel and Richard Watt discuss their "Naked History" presentation at this month’s Scrum Gathering — a workshop that looks at why there aren’t more agile transformation success stories, and what we may need to do differently in framing large organizational change initiatives. [13:30]

Agile Youth Education

podCast
by Dave Prior

Agile coach John Miller discusses his efforts, sponsored in part by Scrum Alliance, to educate young students about Agile principles, and how it can help in their studies, workforce preparation, and fundamental life choices. He also talks about the role of meditation in his own work. [16 min.]

Agile Jesters, Magicians & Clowns

podCast
by Dave Prior

Continuous improvement is serious work but it doesn’t have to be a somber affair. Scrum trainer Adam Weisbart uses comedy techniques and games to improve retrospectives and help teams find solutions to challenges. He also talks about the value of keeping a daily journal. [23 min.]

Building A Dual-Method Culture

deliverable
by ProjectsatWork.com

Flexible work approaches allow teams to use the methodologies that best suit their needs. Agile and Waterfall methods can be used within the same program or portfolio of projects, but like any successful marriage, it takes compromise and adjustment. Here are six guidelines to make it work and make your organization more Agile.

Avoid Double Vision

by Bart Gerardi

While it seems to make sense to create separate backlogs for the technical and business aspects of a project, it can do more harm than good. In addition to causing team friction and inefficiencies, it negates an essential Agile benefit: delivering value based on one prioritized vision.

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