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Large Organisations,Patterns,Scrum Roles,Uncategorized,Values

June 16, 2014

Can you be an Agile Project Manager?

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So, is there such a thing as an Agile Project Manager? Is it possible for a Project Manager to behave in a way that would make them worthy of that title? The Agile community doesn’t seem to believe so, and this is mainly driven by the fact that in Scrum only 3 roles are defined […]

Blog Response,Values

March 19, 2014

Agile: there is still Value in the Word

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There is an interesting debate taking place at the moment on the interweb regarding the use of the word Agile. Dave Thomas blogged Agile Is Dead (Long Leave Agility)¬†about the fact that the word’s meaning power and relevance has been undermined by years of people using it inappropriately to describe things that are not always […]

Coaching,Large Organisations,Values

March 14, 2012

Agile is about Values, values are about behaviours

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I keep coming back to the book “Winning” by Jack Welch. It is a great source of inspiration for me, for company wide transitions as well as for smaller team engagements. I have again recently heard another Agile coach repeating that to become Agile you need to get the values first, that it is not […]