All posts tagged in agile

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    What would you do if you had magic (agile) wand?

    January 29, 2021

    I am almost at the end of my journey towards the ICP-ACC learning path. To decode that – I am learning and acquiring new skills to become a better coach. My goal now is not to brag but to share a great thing I learned. One of the stages of a coaching session is “Exploring.”

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    Building Scrum Master CoP S01E01: Inspiration

    February 28, 2020

    As an RTE, I want to have a healthy and smart Scrum Master community, because I count on them to help me run the train. In my current ART, I am working with fifteen amazing scrum masters from development, design, documentation, testing, performance, and globalization. As you can feel, they have unique skill sets, but

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    Continuous feedback during the SAFe PI Planning

    February 11, 2020

    PI Planning is a high-priced event. You need to book a room, prepare the materials, order food, plan a social event, flight people over, pay for hotel and transportation and some meals, + even more costs. The total price can go up to tens of thousands of euros and, in some cases, maybe more. If

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    Storytelling in SAFe

    February 7, 2020

    Let me start with a bit of theory: There is an Agile framework called SAFe ® that allows enterprises to scale and deliver value faster by optimizing how it flows through different systems and sub-systems, using the principles of Lean-Agile. One of the primary artifacts of that framework is something called a Big Room planning

  • Marketing Kanban Style for Tech Startups

    January 31, 2013

    Oh no, there is no mistake. It’s not Gangdam Style! I am always trying to mix software development methodologies into community and marketing management. Last year I gave a talk at Fosdem about using Agile methods, and especially Trello, to engage your community. Currently I implementing a similar approach into a project I am involved