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This Week In #Agile 75th edition - 23/3/2018

Posted by Jonathan Orgel on 22/03/18 18:27



Hello again from LoansWithNoCreditCheck and our Project Management Team. Welcome to this, our seventy fifth edition of “This Week in #Agile”. Please feel free to peruse some of the articles that we’ve enjoyed reading over the past week.

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“Not another meeting!”, or “I have a meeting clash”, or “Sorry, got to dash, I’m in another meeting!”.  These maybe the statements being made regularly from your team at the moment? If this is the case, Christopher’s article could prove to be a useful read.  He clearly explains why keeping teams small is so important, and why you may also consider breaking large teams down into smaller ones.

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An excellent series of short podcasts, listening to Agile in 3 Minutes is a great habit to develop.  Amitai and his guest speakers pack impact and insight into a very short period on a wide variety of topics.

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Learn from this article about the Theory of Constraints the 5 focusing steps through the lens of IT, Agile, and software product development.

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Retrospectives are such an important part of the Scrum process, it's important to make sure that your Retrospectives are working well and adding value to the team. Take a look at what Alexa has to say on how Retrospectives can drive change.

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A great article from Jory covering many aspects of agile from the “why” to the “how” in a step by step format. A great article for anyone considering adopting agile methodologies for the first time.

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Technological innovation brings great opportunity for improving results and our quality of life. But transforming potential benefits into real results comes with many challenges.

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A diverse team is a better team. However, building a diverse team is no easy feat. At Doximity, they decided early on to cultivate a culture of inclusion. It was a priority for them to work with people who could bring unique perspectives and help them think differently. They recognized one of the best ways to do this was with a geographically distributed team.

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Why should you avoid using the term Sprint Demo? When you use the term Sprint Demo, people are misinformed and chances are they will not be prepared enough for this very important event.

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Four cross-organizational patterns that are making Agile transitions much more harder, less effective and significantly more expensive .

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