A couple of weeks ago we were happily following our daily routines. We grabbed our coffee mugs, slowly walked over to our teams and chatted with them.
As Agility in Mind launch our new training course designed to help distributed teams work effectively, we share our experiences on the reality of remote working.
Due to danger of coronavirus spread many organizations decided to switch to the remote work model. Besides the influence on Scrum implementation,
Agile has always been about colocation, about direct communication, physical boards, and all the other haptic and analog moments to create value in the digital realm.
A client asked me, "When will my team be done with this project?" This is probably the bazillionth time I've been asked that agile project management question in one way or another.
After the introduction of Agile at Spotify, there was a surge of interest from the IT community to understand what their model was, and how it could help others.
Business agility is concerned with the adoption and evolution of values, behaviors and capabilities that enable businesses and individuals to be more adaptive,
Agile focus on people, quality and speed, and Value Stream Mapping (VSM) is a way to improve efficiency and maximize the value we deliver to our customers.
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