On Agile Open 2010 I hosted an open space and I shared an idea on Agile Change Management. In the session I stated Agile Coaching is just a change style that is appropriate for a part of the Agile adoption. I started the session with… Read More »Is Agile Coaching enough for successful Agile Adoption?
Business want flexibility and shorter time to market. A few weeks ago this is what a CEO said in a meeting. It is mentioned in most Enterprise Architectures. But what does this goal mean for the architecture process itself or for the software development process.… Read More »Enterprise Architecture and Software Development
Since the starting of this blog my professional life developed and it was time for a retrospective and redesign of this blog. I changed the title into On Agile Architecture, Scrum, Project Management and Change Management. These topics cover my professional interests and experiences. Change… Read More »A personal retrospective (part 1)
The parallels between Scrum and Organizational Development are obvious. Both center around communication, feedback and learning. In a recent project I am introducing elements off scrum. Since March I am using a daily scrum to keep everyone informed about the project. In the daily scrum… Read More »On Scrum and Organizational Development
Since I finished university and entered IT, I wondered about the pure instrumental approach to IT-projects. I my opinion the design, development and implementation of a IT systems impeads a change to the clients organization. This change starts when you enter the organization and start… Read More »First post on Blogger
Bruce Silver wrote a nice post on BPM and SOA. I agree on his analysis that these 2 worlds are slowly merging. An Service Oriented Architecture will only be efficient when the business processes on top of it are efficient. It is good to see… Read More »BPM on SOA and the role of changemanagement