Author Archives: Annette V

About Annette V

Agil specialist og realist. Scrum og Kanban træner, agil coach og rådgiver. Foredragsholder og forfatter. Grundlægger og ejer af Xvoto ApS. Agile specialist and realist. Scrum and Kanban trainer, agile coach and advisor. Public speaker and author. Founder and owner of Xvoto ApS

“Doing agile or being agile”? Fra agile robotter til proaktive flow managers

Kan du forestille dig, at der i disse dage er nogen virksomhed med respekt for sig selv, der vil sige: ”Nej, her hos os er vi overhovedet ikke agile, og vi overvejer heller ikke at blive det”? Nej vel! Det … Continue reading

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Lad os give det agile et realitetstjek

Væk med skønmalerierne. Lad os i stedet plante fødderne solidt i den virkelige virkelighed Lad mig starte med at stille dig et spørgsmål. Har du nogensinde hørt nogen sige: ”nej, i vores virksomhed er vi bestemt ikke særlig agile, og … Continue reading

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Fewer feelings and more facts in agile systems, please!

This post is about how you can use metrics to facilitate continuous improvement and agility. This takes you from feeling agile to knowing that you are Continue reading

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Derfor er transparens så voldsomt vigtigt i agile systemer, og derfor er det så svært at opnå

Jeg har arbejdet med mange forskellige agile teams i de seneste 10-12 år. Der er mange, der bruger Scrum, nogle bruger SAFe og Kanban. Men uanset hvad der er ens egen favoritmetode, er der et nøgleprincip, man ikke kan vælge … Continue reading

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Agile teams hold the key – the method is secondary

In my work as a self-employed agile trainer and coach, I have worked with numerous agile teams. Some used Scrum, some Kanban, some worked in a SAFe setting. These days the “Spotify model” (which to my knowledge they never fully … Continue reading

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Is enterprise agility just an impossible dream?

Enterprise agility is difficult, but it can be done. See my recommendations in this post Continue reading

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Vidste du, at Kanban skaber de hurtigste agile resultater uanset hvilken metode, I i øvrigt bruger? Se myterne + en løsning

Jeg har nemlig et engangstilbud på en Kanban-pakke til dig I de sidste +11 år har jeg nørdet agile metoder og frameworks. Jeg underviser i dem, og jeg bruger dem i praksis på de agile implementeringer, som jeg er en … Continue reading

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How Scrum and agile teams can benefit from Kanban

Setting the scene The agile wave has been rolling for more than 20 years now. It probably started as a reaction to the “old” bureaucratic, and heavy-weight project management methods and standards that at the end of the day could … Continue reading

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From idealized agile pictures to agile realism

A few days ago I read a really interesting article by Jan Wischweh. The topic was “The agile crisis”. (It was published on Medium.) Jan W.’s article was spiced up with quotes by some of the agile heavyweights who back … Continue reading

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Fra agile glansbilleder til agil realisme

Jeg har netop har læst en top-interessant artikel af Jan Wischweh. Den handler om “The agile crisis” og blev offentliggjort på Medium. Artiklen af Jan W. er krydret med en række citater fra agile sværvægtere, bla. nogle af dem, der … Continue reading

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