Are you confused about what Scrum and Kanban are, and how they relate to Agile? This post briefly explains the terminology and different approaches, how they differ and benefits for your organisation or project. [Continue reading] The truth about Scrum, Kanban and Agile why they are not the same
My 100th post looks forward, celebrates sporting milestones, and prepares your project for a successful journey. Are you Agile? How much is enough planning? [Continue reading] 100 not out – on looking forward and being agile
Humans are conditioned to take sides in arguments and tribal groups. However, conflict and differing opinions can be a positive force in IT development. [Continue reading] And in the red corner…is an alternative view
What is strategy, and why is it different from tactics. Change happens, but it’s good to be ahead of the game and know where you want to be. [Continue reading] What’s the big deal about Strategy? How to get ahead of the curve.
Commitment is important in any IT project, but especially in an Agile environment. So, what will you be? [Continue reading] Chicken or Pig? It’s all about commitment
Recycling, re-use and repurposing are a big deal in the IT industry and particularly in building and maintaining software. [Continue reading] The new recycling
I may be finding my blogging voice, but is my target audience listening? A quick recap on who may benefit from the IT elementary school. [Continue reading] Finding my voice
The esoteric, confusing and jargon-fulled language we use, particularly in IT, can really hold back full engagement. [Continue reading] Esoterica – mind your language!
What’s the difference between agile and waterfall methodologies? Different, but compatible, why can’t we just play nicely! [Continue reading] Agile vs. waterfall – what’s the big deal?