In Management 2.0 fads like ‘Balanced Scorecard‘, Six Sigma, Theory of Constraints, and Total Quality Management, these models assume that organizations are managed from the top, and they help those at the top to better “design” their organizations. Sometimes it works sometimes it doesn’t. To quote Management 3.0 by Jurgen Appelo. The report State of Agile Development … More The Agile Balanced Scorecard!
To better understand how the standard chart reports in Jira work I have created a small 3 day sprint with three stories all estimated, added to a version the added to the Sprint before starting the sprint (in that order) Step 1) Added 3 stories at beginning of Sprint 1,2,5 story points (8 points total) … More Sprint scope creep and Jira reporting
The concepts in a nutshell You don’t often get it right the first time! Agile frameworks help you find the source of the problem quickly through frequent testing. And even better, it gives you to the tools to solve it because you have involved the right stakeholders continuously. Agile Project Management is about embracing a servant leadership … More Notes on Agile
The following tasks were practised with two scrum teams working on a variety of web and app based projects in the public sector. These teams are 2 years into their journey and followed the scrum framework and ceremonies they were collocated and ran sprint planning as two teams – which had it’s pros and cons. This document … More Scrum Master Tasks – handover