The Agile Manifesto 10 Years later – Andy Hunt & Joseph Flahiff

Andy Hunt was one of the original signers of the Agile Manifesto in 2001.  I had a great time interviewing Andy Hunt (Andrew Hunt) for this podcast. It is great to find a kindred spirit. I hope you enjoy listening to /ndy talk about his pragmatic approach to software development. Learn more about [...]

Mixing the Agile methodology and the Waterfall methodology – a really short introduction

How do you mix agile and waterfall. in this video Joseph tells you about how to use agile as a delivery model baked into a waterfall shell.

What does Agile mean for a Project Manager’s Career

Do you need Project Managers if you are agile? What happens to my career as a PM if we adopt agile? Don't worry, here is what you can expect.

Don’t make this mistake with Holiday Sprint Length

First off I want to apologize for missing yesterday's post. I am committed to posting on Tuesdays and Thursdays. I missed yesterday. Sorry. ===================== We are in the holiday season now and you have sprints going on, what do you do with those days off? I have tried two ways: Extending iteration length to keep [...]

Do you know what the Ideal Iteration duration is?

What length are your iteration? Why did you choose that length? I spoke at the Rally Agile Success Tour and the panelists were asked about extending iteration length. Here is what we ALL said...

By | 2016-10-25T16:20:19+00:00 November 23rd, 2010|agile, planning, scrum master, software development, teams, video blog|5 Comments

Book Review: Balancing Agility and Discipline – A guide for the Perplexed, by Barry Bohem and Richard Turner

Book Review: Balancing Agility and Discipline - A guide for the Perplexed, by Barry Bohem and Richard Turner