In a previous article I wrote on 12 best practices for scaling teams and managing dependencies. I used the insights from SAFe, LeSS, NEXUS and Spotify. In this article I will focus on ownership, visualisation… Read More »Scaling teams and managing dependencies (Part 2)
Scaling and dependencies are inevitable and pose an interesting challenge for a Release Train Engineer on a train with 15 teams. During multiple PI’s teams learned to improve in this area but I still felt… Read More »Scaling teams and managing dependencies
In my experience I have came across projects that were in trouble. I tried to find parallels in those projects to find the early warning signs. In this post I will share 2 of the… Read More »Troubled Projects: early warnings signs
Preparing a Scrum training for Managers in the Public Sector can be an inspiration for a post. Digging through research I found an article with the nice title:””Double Whammy: How ICT Projects are Fooled by… Read More »Scrum for Managers in the Public Sector
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… Read More »Is Agile Coaching enough for successful Agile Adoption?
Roman Pichler wrote an interesting book on the role of the Product Owner. With many books published on Agile Development this was a book I was waiting for. It consists 119 pages, 6 chapers and… Read More »Book Review: Agile Product Management with Scrum
I have developed a new Agile training: Agile Architecture. Agile Developement and (Enterprise) Architecture seem at odds with each other. Some say the activities of the (Enterprise) Architectect are You AIN’T Gone Need it (YAGNI)… Read More »New Agile training: Agile Architecture