Monthly Archives: September 2012

Scrum and Kanban Combinations As Improvement Options

I’d like to summarize several patterns where Scrum (a well known Agile process) combines with Kanban (an evolutionary improvement method). These patters are pretty obvious to many agile coaches and people in the Lean-Kanban community. But I feel I need … Continue reading

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Your Deployment Frequency And Your Tool Vendor’s

I recently facilitated a process for soliciting requirements for an Agile work management system for a medium-size enterprise. You know, the kind of system that needs to scale beyond a scrum team and even scrum of scrums to many of … Continue reading

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Report from Agile Coach Camp Canada: Using Lean Techniques in Professional Development

I’m continuing a series of posts summarizing sessions that took place at the Agile Coach Camp Canada 2012 that took place at the end of June in Ottawa. In one of the sessions, we discussed how some lean thinking can … Continue reading

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Report from Agile Coach Camp Canada: Agile in Professional Services

I’m starting a delayed series of blog posts to report on my trip to the 2012 Agile Coach Camp Canada that took place in Ottawa at the end of June. In each post, I plan to cover one interesting topic … Continue reading

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