Category Archives: agile realism

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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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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