Karl Scottland, asked me to give you more precice information about Scrum and Kanban. He http://availagility.wordpress.com/2008/10/28/kanban-flow-and-cadence/ A Kanban system is a mechanism for controlling the work in the software development system. Kanban can be defined as “visual card”, as shown below – kindly written for me by Kenji Hiranabe [?] at Agile 2008. read more … weiterlesen →
Yesterday I twittered that in our scaled Scrum environment our 6 teams had been successful and delivered EVERYTHING they commited. What I got was comments like: “Really, did they not undercommited?”, or “As a Product Manager, when I hear the teams delivered on time, I always wonder – if they under committed and if they … weiterlesen →
Developed by Internaut Design, a company from San Francisco, California. Scrum Ninja is a hosted project management tool for scrum teams. You don’t to worry about installing anything on your company, all your information will be hosted onInternaut servers and accessible through the web. ScrumNinja is focused only on Scrum teams bringing the basic features … weiterlesen →
Ken was asked years ago, what will be the next interesting thing beyond Scrum. He had no answer. Now we do have an answer. We go KANBAN. What does a Kanban System look like for software development? Very simply, there is a queue of work, which goes through a number of stages of development until … weiterlesen →
Peter Hundermark about Scott Amblers talk in South Africa.
We are happy to announce that we could export a very cool event from Vienna to Munich! The Certified ScrumMaster Training on May 27/28th includes a very special event – ScrumCooking! Chief Jürgen Margetich from Vienna is in Munich to cook with the participants of the ScrumMaster training in Mace’ Kitchen on Wednesday the 27th … weiterlesen →
Justin James wrote on TechRepublic … Agile goes mainstream… 7: Agile methodologies When Agile first hit mainstream awareness, I was a skeptic, along with many other folks I know. It seemed to be some sort of knee-jerk reaction to tradition, throwing away the controls and standards in favor of anarchy. But as time went on, … weiterlesen →