A resource kit you can use to apply creative collaboration and unleash potential in your team or organization. The toolbox includes a collection of methods and activities based on Hyper Island’s methodologies.
In this article you will find a compilation of essential software development metrics that teams can track. The metrics are grouped into four categories: Speed, Accuracy, Quality, and Joy.
Author: Jama Software
In this article, a several Agile metrics are described, information about how and when to use them as well as when not to use them is also provided.
Author: Leon Tranter
The intention of the dialogue sheets is to promote good conversation and can be used for a variety of discussion based activities such as sprint retrospectives. Read more about dialog sheets in this article by Allan Kelly Associates were you will also find a variety of templates for different activities.
The benefits that come when we bring together Design Thinking, Lean and Agile, are described in this article by Jonny Schneider. Jonny documents some lessons learned from applying these three mindsets in the wild.
Many agile teams find that they need someone in the role of “architecture owner”, often the most technically experienced person on the team, who is responsible for facilitating the architectural modeling and evolution efforts. This article describes the role of Architecture Owner and how it integrates into an Agile team.
In this article, the differences between organizing a software development around project vs around products is discussed in detail. “Product-mode” provides greater responsiveness and a higher benefits realization ratio, “product-mode” is a more effective way of working than projects according to the author.
Author: Sriram Narayan
This is a list of some of the agile and lean development conferences for 2018.
Author: Jennifer Zaino
Examples of how to think backwards to help story splitting, shrinking, thinning and batching are illustrated in this article.
Author: John Cutler