Monthly Archives: September 2016

Predictability in Software Development – Part I

Recently, I’ve been part of few conversations regarding predictability and commitments.  It is the opinion of some that Agile teams should be able to make and keep their Sprint commitments as it pertains to outputs (points, stories, card counts).  It … Continue reading

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Does Your Agile Process Mimic a Production Line ?

Disclaimer: This post is for individuals, teams and organizations genuinely interested in Agile. I am noticing a certain trend in software development where teams make their software development process mimic a production line by treating each software development activity as a separate station. … Continue reading

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What’s Wrong With Scrum – Part III

Earlier this year, I started writing on the limitations of Scrum as a result of articles I had come across.  In my first article, I was critical of the individuals (largely Scrum Masters) responsible for guiding Scrum adoption in organizations. … Continue reading

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