by Ellen Gottesdiener
If you're on a team that's transitioning to lean/agile and experiencing troubling truths, baffling barriers, and veritable vexations around planning and analysis, you're not alone. Ellen Gottesdiener and Mary Gorman share the 9 pain points to prevent, mitigate or resolve.Read More
While we have made great strides in challenging late integration, lack of collaboration and the obvious need for automation, David Hussman points out that we still have a long way to go when it comes to ideation, and the dangerous amount of certainty we have when it comes to products and people.Read More
Ever wonder if your team is doing retrospectives correctly? If you believe that you're at the top of your industry and your competition can't touch you, this article will not help you. We hope you're right. To everyone else, Jo Hollen outlines the 7 signs that your Scrum team is not doing sprint retrospectives right.Read More
Do your teams want to know how agile they are? And what could be the possible next steps for them to become more agile and lean? Ben Linders shares insights on why self-assessments matter and how teams can self-assess their agility to become better in what they do.Read More
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A recent State of Agile™ survey showed that the top-two most common concerns when considering scaling agile across large organizations and teams are lack of up-front planning (30%) and loss of management control (30%). Innovations like VersionOne's Visualizations help product owners and ScrumMasters stay in control to plan agile development efforts up front, spot issues and downstream bottlenecks earlier, and make informed, data-driven decisions faster. To learn more, watch this quick video.
VersionOne Extends Community Commitment with CoderDojo Sessions: Part 2
As part of our community commitment, VersionOne launched our first CoderDojo last year with great success and we plan to expand the program this year. Josh Gough, a VersionOne developer, provides a recipe to help you start your own CoderDojo.Read More
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