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ScanAgile 2015 submissions are open!
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Just a quick note today to let you know that the Call for Sessions for ScanAgile, the Agile Finland annual conference is open for submissions.You can read the ...

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5 No Estimates Decision-Making Strategies
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One of the questions that I and other #NoEstimates proponents hear quite often is: How can we make decisions on what projects we should do next, without ...

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Lean Change Management: A Truly Agile Change Management approach
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"I've been working in this company for a long time, we've tried everything. We've tried involving the teams, we've tried training senior management, but ...

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The No Estimates principle: The importance of knowing when you are wrong
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You started the project. You spent hours, no: days! estimating the project. The project starts and your confidence in its success is high. Everything goes ...

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The Release Paradox: releasing less often makes your teams slower and decreases quality
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Herman is a typical agile coach. He works with teams to help them learn how to deliver high-quality software quickly.Many teams want to focus on design, ...

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How to create a knowledge worker Gemba
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I am a big fan of the work by Jim Benson and Tonianne Barry ever since I read their book: Personal Kanban. In this article Jim describes an idea that I would ...

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How to choose the right project? Decision making frameworks for software organizations
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Frameworks to choose the best projects in organizations are a dime a dozen. We have our NPV (net present value), we have our customized Criteria Matrix, we ...

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Hierarchies remove scaling properties in Agile Software projects
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There is a lot of interest in scaling Agile Software Development. And that is a good thing. Software projects of all sizes benefit from what we have learned ...

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What is an Estimate?
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If you don�t know what an estimate is, you can�t avoid using them. So here�s my attempt to define what is an estimate.The "estimates" that I'm concerned ...

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What is Capacity in software development? – The  #NoEstimates journey
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I hear this a lot in the #NoEstimates discussion: you must estimate to know what you can deliver for a certain price, time or effort. Actually, you don�t. ...

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