Blog: Why Going Agile Does Not Mean Adopting Scrum

The process is common everywhere, “we are going Agile so we’re gonna to do Scrum.” And, thus, teams go off and take some classes, get someone certified as a Scrum Master, and begin to change how work is done by trying to follow the methods prescribed in the Scrum Guide. …

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Blog: Why On-Time Delivery Conflicts with Agile

On-time delivery has always been the heart of project management, so as organizations move toward Agile, naturally the need to be on time comes along for the ride. The questions is, should it? At the most basic level, “on time” means that you did what you said you were going …

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Blog: Scrum - a Roadblock to Agile Transformation?

Can Scrum, the most popular Agile methodology, actually be a roadblock in your Agile transformation? In a world that treats Scrum and Agile synonymously, this assertion can be quite confounding. You might even consider this statement heresy. But consider this, while all Agile methodologies and frameworks aim to put structure …

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Blog: The #1 Reason Agile Fails its Promises

You could probably come up with a long list of reasons why Agile transformation might struggle in your organization, and I would likely agree with many of them, but when you really break them down, they all align under one overarching reason for why your organization struggles to see the …

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Blog: 3 Reasons to Value the Agile Mindset Over Methodology

You are focused on executing your Agile methodology well, but the question is, are you more focused on doing Agile or being Agile? Is there even a difference or is this some semantical nuance wrapped in a cliché? You have probably heard statements like, “Agile is not something you do, …

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