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Make Stories Small When You Have “Wicked” Problems

If you read my Three Alternatives to Making Smaller Stories, you noticed one thing. In each of these examples, the problem was in the teams’ ability to show progress and create interim ...
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Three Alternatives for Making Smaller Stories

When I was in Israel a couple of weeks ago teaching workshops, one of the big problems people had was large stories. Why was this a problem? If your stories are large, you can’t show ...
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Different Ways of Scaling Agile

At this year’s Construx Software Executive Summit one of the problems that we explored was how to scale software development, especially Agile development, across projects, portfolios, ...
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It is all X or Y management – and why Agile people should read Mintberg

In the last few years it has become increasingly common to hear Agile supporters talking about Beyond Budgeting, indeed, I was instrumental in inviting Bjarte Bogsnes to deliver at ...
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Agile Testing Days 2014–The #AgileTD Post

Second time around is even better. And much more fun. You know people, who know you. You meet new people, who want to share and talk and ask. Oh and there’s beer, more beer. Thank ...
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Agile Through a Matrix Lens

“Agile” is something most teams do wrong*, without realizing they’re doing it wrong.  A good 2×2 matrix acts as a lens, helping to convert information into insight.  Let’s ...
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Does Agile require cultural change?

If Wood Allen was an Agile Coach Consultant he might say: “#Agile without culture change is an empty experience; but as empty experience go its one of the best” I sit in Agile conferences ...
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Agile tester part 2, questions and answers

Warning: The opinions expressed in this post are mine only, please do not use them against any other group of people, but only against me, that is Augusto Evangelisti a.k.a. Gus. After ...
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Is Your Culture Working the Way You Think it Is?

Long ago, I was a project manager and senior engineer for a company undergoing a Change Transformation. You know the kind, where the culture changes, along with the process. The senior ...
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The Agile Tester, a curious and empathetic animal

The agile tester (ˈadʒʌɪl/ ˈtɛstə/) is an mammal member of the family “Exploratoris”. He lives in the wild in small groups named cross-functional agile teams.           Skills Besides ...
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