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Good Vs Evil

Posts about agile dying or becoming irrelevant come and go. God knows I’ve contributed to that movement. The latest wave started with Agile Manifesto signatory Dave Thomas, with “Agile ...
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The Test Waste Ratio

Remember the days when bugs were just part of life? I mean a big part. If you recall those dark ages, we’ve spent most of our time fixing bugs and introducing others. In our spare ...
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Product Roadmaps Are Anti-Agile

I was listening recently to the “Global Product Management Talk” live podcast (which I recommend, by the way). The speaker talked about creating roadmaps for product lines. It’s ...
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Fail SAFe

Last week I went to a presentation about Scaled Agile Framework – SAFe. I’ve read a bit about it before, but this was a more broad introduction to the topic. It’s going to ...
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4 Signs That Agile is Declining-The Sequel

It’s been more than two years since I’ve wrote “4 signs that agile is declining”. I gave a talk at Agile Eastern Europe (which hopefully will be up soon) that revisited this ...
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Looking For Leaders In All The Wrong Places

When I was a young developer, there was a re-org in the company. I found myself a team leader. That is the normal thing in software organizations (and I assume also in others) – ...
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Why Do We Need Managers Anyway?

I’ve been scratching my head lately regarding management, and what is it good for. So I’m probably going to spend some time on the subject in this here blog. Long ...
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4 Warning Signs that Agile Is Declining

I’ve been thinking lately about how agile turned out to be the way we know it today. And the more I think about it, I get more depressed. You see, agile was supposed to save us all. ...
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