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2015 ARTICLES

Agile adoption increases apace - 9 February 2015

In the past few years, adoption levels of Agile have increased apace, and it has become part of the mainstream of development approaches ...


Adopting an Agile mind-set versus implementing it as just another process - 4 August 2015

Principle and values of Agile should be embedded into the organisation from a people perspective, rather than implementing it as just another process ...


5 Tips to get Testing done in Sprint - 26 August 2015

Countless companies are not capable of building a complete increment within one sprint, as they don't have the automated testing infrastructure to complete all the testing ...



2014 ARTICLES

7 Second Agility - 14 December 2012

Business success is no longer just about producing products, selling goods and fulfilling current client needs. It’s about


A MasterChef analogy of Agile Software Development - 26 August 2013

Company’s who keep applying “Snicker bar” production processes (defined process control) to create complex software will keep crashing  over waterfalls again and again until


5 Traits of a Samurai Scrum Master - 17 April 2014

Unlike the term “Samurai” which has been around since the 11th century (depicted military nobility in pre-industrial Japan and numbered less than 10% of Japan's population) the term “Scrum Master”


Virtues of a Bushido Samurai - 18 April 2014

The main influences of the Samurai culture were Buddhism, Zen and Confucianism ...


Change Management - The scourge of the Software Developer? - 18 August 2014

Change management being called the scourge of the software developer may seem a rather strong statement but, in reality, many application development projects have failed


Six pitfalls to avoid when implementing Scrum - 29 August 2014

Scrum/Agile is a radically different set of nimble, customer-driven, outcome-orientated and iterative management practices, the proper exploitation of which can have a dramatic and positive effect on software development productivity