Agile is an Adjective

Posted September 6, 2019 by Joshua Kerievsky in Agile Transition, Coaching, Culture, Kanban, Lean Startup, Modern Agile

Agile is an adjective, guided by principles and realized in unlimited ways.
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Transcend the “Feature Factory” Mindset Using Modern Agile and OKR

Posted March 18, 2017 by Alexandre Freire in Agile Transition, Culture, Estimates, Kanban, Lean Startup, Learning, Modern Agile, Trust

By Alexandre Freire Kawakami and Felipe Castro Agile adoption in most companies focuses on software delivery. Very few achieve business agility. When it comes to setting goals, the waterfall command-and-control mindset is still the norm: organizations use an annual, top-down process to create a set of static goals that is in direct conflict with being […]
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Modern Agile

Posted November 3, 2015 by Joshua Kerievsky in Agile Transition, Anzen, Anzeneering, Culture, Estimates, Extreme Programming, Kanban, Lean Startup, Mob Programming, Modern Agile, Refactoring, Software Design, Tech Safety, Test Driven Development

Have you ever seen someone using an older laptop and just felt bad for them? That’s how I feel when I see most people practicing agile these days. We’ve advanced so far beyond where agile was in the mid 1990s, yet so many teams practice agile like it’s 1999! Meanwhile, agile/lean pioneers and practitioners have […]
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