While agile and Six Sigma may have somethings in common they are culturally incompatible.
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We spend one-third of our lives at work; it's our responsibility to make it a better place. Just as we take care of our homes so we can end up in comfort after work, shouldn't we be attempting to make work itself a better place?
Every organization faces patches of rough weather in its journey toward success. How these experiences are managed sets apart an awesome organization from "just another" one. Here's a case for adopting Scrum to tackle some of the most common yet tricky problems.
Many teams struggle with defining "good" agile stories.
Read about an agile recruiting organization in its truest form.
There is a huge world of difference between Enterprise Agile and Agile Enterprise. They are both valuable and accomplish very different things.
What does it mean to be agile and do agile as a business unit? Can agile really be used for anything, in any industry?
Let's examine agile team member roles and behaviors (or "anti-patterns") that are detrimental to the agile process.
Culture and communication style are significant factors in outsourcing IT decisions.
...but agility scales quite well, thank you very much.