Etiqueta: Scrum

Is SAFe Agile

O SAFe (Scaled Agile Framework) é Agile?

Kanban Method

Many industry experts have come out and pointed possible flaws in the Scaled Agile Framework. For instance, Ron Jeffries has expressed reservation over SAFe®’s approach to resolve inter-team dependencies by holding a multi-team meeting comprising of over 250 people.

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Scrum ou Kanban para Equipes de Suporte de Aplicação?

Recently, there was an interesting problem posed on a project management discussion board. The questioner asked –
“I have recently joined a company and to one of the projects that I’m engaged we have this Scrum team that has a mixed backlog (USs and Bugs).

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WIP Limits Scrumban

Como Se “Faz” Scrumban?

In a recent post on a technical forum, a Dev manager had the question (paraphrased here) – My organization wants to operate in a Kanban way but maintain the structure of sprints and burn down charts to keep track of progress. Is it ok to do? Is Scrumban the correct methodology? If so, what is the best way to implement it?

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Scrumban

A Review Of Scrum For Kanban Teams

First off, I have to say that I’m not 100% certain how I feel about Yuval’s blog post. It feels like a forced comparison of apples and oranges. But in critically reading it, it forces me to think about why I feel that way. And as always, these are all just my opinions. No harm in sharing them, right?

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Scrum With Kanban WIP Limits

Inspired by Steve Porter’s efforts to bring process practitioners closer together and educate Scrum practitioners, I’m writing a shadow series of posts that will follow the Kanban and Scrum – Stronger Together series and continue my own efforts to clear up misconceptions between practitioners of these methods.

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Kanban and Scrum Together – Not So Fast

Continuing our theme of facilitating Scrum and Kanban, we’re honored to publish another guest blog post by Dave White on ‘Kanban and Scrum Together – Not So Fast’.
Here Dave white has shared his thoughts on the article ‘Kanban and Scrum Together’ written by Steve Porter. Hope you enjoy reading it!

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Avoid the Policy Debt Trap

Fika Stories 2 – The Policy-Debt Trap

Fika Stories 2 - The Policy-Debt Trap” column on their kanban board In part 2 of this series, Christophe looks at the very Swedish phenomenon of Kanban going “man-cold”! As teams implement their early Kanban boards, they inevitably face the reality of the gap between what they are actually used to doing vs. what they put on their Kanban board.

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Kanban Maturity Model with SwiftKanban

Fika Stories 1 – Help! Our Kanban Died!

Fika Stories 1 – Help! Our Kanban Died! In Sweden, we love to ‘fika’. Fika requires you to take time to sit down and sip coffee (usually strong and black) with your colleagues to chitchat about this and that. Visiting different organizations, I tend to fika a lot and hear all these stories about how things are going.

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