There is a lot of evidence that organizations are trying to become more agile. Here are just a few of articles from Harvard Business Review and Forbes on Agile, Scrum, and DevOps. Scrum has been the most successful framework to get organizations to agility. Scrum addresses how to get teams to accelerate. But getting an … Continue reading Scrum@Scale — designing Agile Organizations of the Future
At Rangle, we partner with our clients to deliver high-quality software. As part of this partnership, we often ask our clients to assign a Product Owner (PO) to help drive our team towards delivering software with the biggest Return On Investment (ROI). So, what does it mean to be a PO? Be the Product Expert You … Continue reading What does it mean to be a Product Owner?
1. Identify your stakeholders These are the people that will help you deliver your product. These will be your executives, sponsors, key customers, partners and any other interested parties that can influence the outcome of the project. Identify the Product Owner This is a key to running a successful Scrum project. The Product Owner is the … Continue reading How To Plan An Agile Project That Doesn’t Fail
In the past year I worked with a number of teams as a Developer, Project Manager, Scrum Master, and Agile Coach. I worked with both remote and non-remote teams. Here are some things I learned. 1. Clarity is productivity The clearer you define your objectives, deliverables, stories, and expectations, the happier and more productive your … Continue reading What I learned coaching Agile Teams (Remotely)
The path of learning anything can be divided into three steps. Shu Repeat the steps and learn the rules. Ha Once the basic forms are mastered, try innovations Ri Discard the forms. You are the master and can be as creative as you want. The same principle applies across any practice. It is important be … Continue reading Shu-Ha-Ri: The path from Learning to Mastery