Agile Project Management Covid

BY Angelique Luna | June 23, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic caught the world by surprise. The mystery disease that intrigued a few people on Twitter in December 2019 has forced governments to close their borders and essentially paralyze economies. How do...

BY Marjan Venema | June 16, 2020

  It hurts, doesn’t it? Merging feature branches into the main development branch, I mean. The mere thought of continuous integration and having to go through these merges continually, makes you shudder. But should...

BY J Brech | June 10, 2020

Remote work has been gaining popularity over the past few years. Since the decade began, the industry has grown by 400%. And with the pandemic forcing offices to close, it has directly catapulted remote work...

BY Kayleigh Alexandra | May 29, 2020

I think it’s fair to say that most people are used to traditional office life (featuring tricky commutes, set hours and breaks) have dreamed about remote working somewhat frequently ever since global internet infrastructure...

BY Annette Vendelbo | April 30, 2020

Setting the scene The agile wave has been rolling for more than 20 years now. It probably started as a reaction to the “old” bureaucratic, and heavy-weight project management methods and standards that at...

workplace happiness

BY Raghunath Basavanahalli | February 17, 2020

As we embark on a new decade, I thought this may be a good time to reflect on Happiness – specifically, Happiness at work. It is with a sense of trepidation that I write...

Kanban, SAFe and Innovation

BY Mahesh Singh | November 11, 2019

In a recent conversation, an analyst I was briefing made an interesting point.  He said that while Kanban and SAFe® provided incremental change/ improvements, real innovation and real change came from disruptive forces –...

The Curious Case of Cognitive Biases

BY Raghunath Basavanahalli | October 11, 2019

In his classic talk “The Psychology of Human Misjudgment”,  given to a Harvard University audience in 1995, Charlie Munger, the iconic and legendary business partner of Warren Buffet at Berkshire Hathaway, talks about the...

BY Natalia Manha | September 26, 2019

If you participated in the Kanban Coaching Masterclass, you are probably familiar with the grey squirrel story: it is basically about their competition with the red ones in the UK, which are endangered. The...

AI Software Testing

BY Sunita Vyas | June 26, 2019

A few decades back, Artificial Intelligence (AI) was no more than a dream, but now it has become such an inseparable part of our daily routine that imagining life without AI seems impossible. From...

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