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Auspicious Agile – State of Agile 2020

This week’s Auspicious Agile video blog takes a look at the VersionOne – Collabnet State of Agile Report for 2020. Lot’s of interesting developments. SAFe and Scrum continue to dominate Agile Scaling and Team level Agile. We will cover many other Agile and DevOps developments in the video.

Overview of Singapore Global Scrum Gathering 2017

I attended and spoke at the #SGSIN Singapore Global Scrum Gathering 2017 this week.  It was a really good conference,Continue reading “Overview of Singapore Global Scrum Gathering 2017”

Discuss Agile – Agile & DevOps Scaling Tour Webinar

The Agile Scaling and DevOps Tour compares some of the most popular Agile scaling methods today including SAFe, LESS, DAD,Continue reading “Discuss Agile – Agile & DevOps Scaling Tour Webinar”

The Universe of “Agile” Methods

There are a broad array of “Agile” methods.  From Transformation Design, and Design Thinking, to Agile Scaling, Lean & Kanban,Continue reading “The Universe of “Agile” Methods”

Sticky Notes from the Agile Scaling Tour

“Sticky Notes” from my recent Agile Scaling Speaking Tour covering Agile Scaling Methods (SAFE, LESS, DAD, Spotify, SOS, Nexus).  ThisContinue reading “Sticky Notes from the Agile Scaling Tour”

Agile Scaling Tour – SAFe v LESS

Today we re-visit one of the most popular Auspicious Agile video blog posts.  This one covers a comparison of LESSContinue reading “Agile Scaling Tour – SAFe v LESS”

A Tour of Agile Scaling Approaches

Coverage by InfoQ of my recent talk on Agile scaling approaches “Agile Scaling Tour” given at Agile Tour Bangkok.  AContinue reading “A Tour of Agile Scaling Approaches”

More Agile Scaling Methods – This week DAD and Spotify

A few notes on this week’s video blog: A good reference on Communities of Practice can be found here TheContinue reading “More Agile Scaling Methods – This week DAD and Spotify”

Why Should I use a Framework to Scale Agile?

In my career and that of many Agile coaches and consultants that I have worked with scaling of Agile toContinue reading “Why Should I use a Framework to Scale Agile?”

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