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The Biggest Difference Between Scrum, XP and Kanban

August 4, 2018 — Posted by Al Shalloway

People often conflate Scrum with Agile. But Scrum is not the same as Agile. Agile is considered by many to be a set of values, principles and way of being. Scrum is a framework consisting of roles, rules, artifacts and events. It is designed for teams to add those practices needed in order to become Agile.  

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Why you should be a Lean coach regardless of the method you use

August 4, 2018 — Posted by Al Shalloway
Two foundational tenets of Lean is leadership and systems thinking. Both relate to the fundamental philosophy that systems affect people significantly and that it is management's responsibility to create the environment within which teams can work autonomously towards the goals of the company.
 

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Big Room Planning Event Tip: Make sure commitments are made for all dependencies

August 2, 2018 — Posted by Al Shalloway
Planning events should be more about collaboration & dependency management than just creating a plan. Teams commit to the plan with the understanding that any teams they are dependent upon will work with them as needed. 
 

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A Personal Goal of Almost 2 Decades Manifested Today

July 20, 2018 — Posted by Al Shalloway

I founded Net Objectives almost 20 yrs ago. I have always loved solving problems & having a chance to earn a living by helping others solve problems has been a very wonderful opportunity for me.  

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When given a requirement ask the question - "How will I know I've done that?"

July 14, 2018 — Posted by Al Shalloway

Many people think of Acceptance Test-Driven Development (ATDD) as an advanced practice.

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Al Shalloway
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