Victor is joined by Dale Ellis (@theDigitalDale), Jason Kerney (@JasonKerney), Zach Bonaker (@ZachBonaker) and Garrett Borunda (LinkedIn) at the Cape Rey in Carlsbad for a lively morning of Agile and Coffee.
In this episode, our Agile heroes discuss:
Agile tools to give Voice to a Teams
Agile is a cancer
Erik Meijer's presentation The Hacker Way - a Rational Alternative for Agile (explicit
This episode is composed of two separate sessions. The first part was recorded on location at the 9th Annual Agile Open Northwest (Portland, OR) with Ben Sherwood, Michael Wolf, Alicia Lanier and Ian Savage. For the second part, I returned to the home studio and was joined by Dale Ellis, Jon Jorgensen, Brett Palmer and
Vic is joined by Brett Palmer (@brett_palmer), Jon Jorgensen (@waterscrumban) and Larry Lawhead (@LarryLawhead) for a lively morning of Agile and coffee.
Today our heroes discuss the following topics:
Agile Budgeting - Larry lent his copy of Agile Estimating and Planning to his CEO. Will he get it back?
The power of Standing for Agile - getting the team to arise
Mike Lavery (@baconPhilosophy) asks
At the latest lean coffee, we had two cards with a similar question: how do you neutralize the bad apples / stop the eye-rolling? Later that night I remembered something I thought might apply, so below I try to craft it into a parable.
(This post offers a huge tip of the hat to Robert
Does your IT organization make a practice of yearly roadmapping? Mine does. The current shop, the previous one, the one before that, and on and on. Just about every technology department I've been a part of does some form of yearly roadmapping exercise. The one characteristic that they all share? They're drudgery.
The process of