Monthly Archives: October 2010

Scrum et al

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Sir Ken Robinson: Do schools kill creativity?

I will extend the scope of the blog with some thinking tools. lets start with Sir Ken Robinson: Do schools kill creativity?

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Technical excellence

From my perspective it is really important to consider technical skills aspect as one of the pillars of lean organizations (together with lean thinking and agile practices) the following video is not exactly the presentation of cutting edge technology : … Continue reading

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Lean for Software: Interview with Mary Poppendieck

From: shmula Mary & Tom, can you please introduce yourselves and tell us what your currently working on. Mary: My name is Mary Poppendieck and I’m working on the concept of Lean Software Development. I was a programmer for many … Continue reading

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Lets leave the tests for next sprint

Here and there i am hearing this proposal “Lets leave the tests for the next sprint” problem is that if you leave them for next sprint than on next sprint you will have to do more tests (for the new … Continue reading

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Kanban for IT Operations, Support, and Systems Engineering

Kanban for IT Operations, Support, and Systems Engineering

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My List of Limitations of Scrum

My List of Limitations of Scrum

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Hyperproductive Distributed Scrum Teams

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Lean-Agile Straight Talk

Looking for something new for listening while driving to work? Here is one proposal form my side -> NetObjectives Lean-Agile Straight Talk

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Scrum Tuning: Lessons learned from Scrum implementation

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