Rather than expect a team of developers to release together, kanban lets finished work get out to customers as soon as it’s ready.
All Content About Kanban
Can User Stories Make Software Projects Late?
Let me help you avoid some bad advice I see out there about what user stories are and how they can help (or hurt) you.
We Were Hired For A Hidden Agenda
Ever been on a software development project where one team is putting pressure on another because of a hidden agenda? I was, and things got interesting…
Scrum Is The “Motor” Of Your Project, But Who’s Steering?
When talking about the differences between scrum (or kanban) and agile development, the motor and steering wheel of a car can be a useful analogy.
Spot A Fake Agile Team In Under 7 Minutes!
It’s always been popular to tell people how they’re “doing it wrong” and agile software development is just as easy to call “fake”.
Daily Scrum Meeting: A Status Meeting In Disguise?
Does it ever feel like the daily scrum meeting is really just another status meeting in disguise? Get help in this episode of healthy software developer!
7 Common Agile Development FAILS
In working with over 30 companies, I’ve seen 7 common agile software development fails that have little to do with whether you’re using scrum or kanban.
Is Planning Poker Safe On Your Team?
Planning poker might be just what your team needs – but depending on the culture it can also cause big problems.
How Failure Produces BETTER Software Projects!
A team that learns from software project failure produces better software – when you plan to exploit this ability.
The Journey To Cross Functional Development Teams
Cross functional teams get people with different disciplines to work together better when developing software.
Scrum Vs Kanban – How Do They Help You Be More Lean In 2020?
Embarking on the journey to let customers lead YOU to the most profitable solutions? You’ll probably need to decide between the two most popular ways agile teams work, and I’m here to help you make that decision.