Tag Archives: agile

Agile Embedded Software Development

Andrea Tomasini of Agile42 busting some myths. Advertisements

Video | Posted on by | Tagged | Leave a comment

The anatomy of an Agile organization

En excellent presentation by Andrea Tomasini of Agile42, a great summary of not only what Agile is, but also about why traditional command & control management practices, invented by Taylor for 100 years ago, will not work in our modern … Continue reading

Video | Posted on by | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Andrea Tomasini on the Agile Organization.  Well worth a read.

Link | Posted on by | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Agile stories, architecture, and religious processes

Very to-the-point views from Charles on process religion.  I’ve always been puzzled why organization pay so much attention to process, and so little to the outcome of a process… The process ‘wars’ of today bear a huge resemblance to the since … Continue reading

Posted in Agile, software | Tagged , | 1 Comment

Agile Architecture – perspectives from Philippe Kruchten

Finallly, I found a post on a topic very close to my own heart, that of the notion and role of Architecture in our ever more agile world. With notions such as ‘Just-in-Time-Architecture’ and ‘Architecture-on-Demand’ I can’t help but being … Continue reading

Posted in Agile, development, software, Systems | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Culture eats process for breakfast

Another great presentation by Henrik Kniberg, “Culture over Process” , among other things clearly demonstating that the lessons from Dan Pink’s Drive are fundamental for sustained performance, productivity, and adaptability. Culture matters vastly more for outcomes than any process. Unfortunately, … Continue reading

Posted in Agile, Culture, Leadership, Lean, Management, Organization, SelfOptimizingAgile, software | Tagged , , , , , , , | 5 Comments

A great summary of what Agile is (and isn’t) by Henrik Kniberg

I just found this pdf, where Henrik Kniberg provides a brilliant summary, in terms of content as well as in terms of presentation, of what Agile is and what it means. And what it isn’t…. (I know we all start to … Continue reading

Posted in Agile, development, Leadership, Management, Organization | Tagged , , , , | 1 Comment

Corporate mass & inertia prevents agility

I spent the previous weekend sailing on a 40ft long and 6 tonnes heavy sail boat. Over the past year I’ve mostly been sailing a much smaller, lighter and significantly faster (23ft 420 kg, 100 sqm downwind sails)  extremely powerful … Continue reading

Posted in Agile, Leadership, Organization, SelfOptimizingAgile | Tagged , , , , | 2 Comments

Agile here, agile there, agile everywhere…

For an old grumpy man like me, who’s been around long enough to experience that there’s really not much really new under the sun, only re-brandings and new buzz words in an attempt to appear fresh and innovative, it’s quite … Continue reading

Posted in Agile, development, software | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Excellent intro to Agile Planning and Project Management

I really liked Mike Cottmeyer’s presentation on Agile Planning and Project Management. [Thank’s to the Prof for the pointer!]

Posted in Agile, development, Kanban, Lean, Management, software | Tagged , | 1 Comment