When organizations are scaling agile and want to apply kanban as one of their agile methods the question can pop up if kanban can also be scaled?
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This case study delves into the project management techniques used on the multi-billion (10 plus) US dollars Department of Energy's (DOE) project called the Superconducting Super-Collider (SSC). A high-energy subatomic particle accelerator set to be the most powerful in the world, the SSC project's intended end result was a product to be used for research and development. Purchase this item in the PMI Store, where PMI members receive discounted prices.
Although an agile team can embrace change, the stakeholders in an organization must understand that change is not always free.
Autodesk development teams that once requested design specifications up front now are collaborating with user experience designers to design, build and test software in rapid cycles. This incremental approach offers more opportunities to gather user feedback and optimize the product.
While checking up and checking in may seem similar, there are four key things a good ScrumMaster or agile project management role can do to avoid crossing the line into micro-management while still checking in on a team.
Agile methodologies are increasingly being used for project management in all areas of business.
There's a challenge with agile coaching specific to coaches who are fully employed by organizations (as opposed to being consultants): the dilemma of impartiality that some coaches face as they get drafted in activities and processes that are not typical or, better to say, not appropriate for coaches.
Making a game is hard. Really hard. We all know that. But why? And what can we do about it?
You just got out of your CSM class, overflowing with your newfound Scrum knowledge and renewed faith in software development practices. You're ecstatic to share your new view of the world and show how Agile can benefit your organization, and you can't wait to get started. But, in your first Agile project, you meet resistance, opposition, and worst of all, modified Scrum practices. What's a ScrumMaster to do?
So where is the connection between this "seat-of-the-pants" engineering and agile methods? Why is a Discovery Channel show so popular amongst agile developers?