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October 2009

Visual Management Blog

by NiMe
De l'agilité, du scrum et plein de kanban partout !!!

September 2009

Scrumy |

by simon_bricolo & 3 others
Virtual task board based on some concepts of Scrum that helps organize and manage your projects.

Scrum Roles - an Unsolvable Puzzle?

by martinig
This article discuss the different roles in Scrum projects and how you can relate them to traditional project management roles.

August 2009

Welcome to Pivotal Tracker

by Xavier Lacot & 1 other
A free story-based project planning tool that allows teams to collaborate in real-time.

June 2009

May 2009

Tasty Cupcakes - Tasty Cupcakes

by jpcaruana
de bonnes idées pour les rétro d'itération

April 2009

Le Touilleur Express

by Elryk & 1 other
Blog sur Java, Scrum, le Mac...par Nicolas Martignole

March 2009

seedcamp: It's All About Education

by greut

As Morpheus would say: There is a difference between knowing the path and walking the path. Your first sprints will probably fail. Ours did. But you have to keep going.

Quotes from the Matrix always look cheesy

Product-Owner: Are you a chicken? | Agile Software Development

by greut

The Chicken Test

If it walks like chicken and clucks like a chicken, it probably is a chicken. And if the team is treating you like a chicken, then you are probably acting like a chicken.

February 2009

January 2009

Agile Estimating &. Planning. Mike Cohn

by balluche
Estimation Agile avec Mike Cohn

Cargo Cult Agile | exotribe

by greut, 1 comment (via)

After all, a cargo cult shop is imitating what they have seen about agile. However, like waterfall proponents, cargo cult agile shops are led by people who have looked at pictures of agile models, "read" agile books, or "learned" agile development from PowerPoint presentations. Perhaps there are a number of developers who know agile, but they may not be able to move the company towards agility in the face of generations of managers and developers who have been indoctrinated by DoD-2167.

the story of my life

The WAgile Software Development Life Cycle - Agile Software People Inspiring

by greut (via)

WAgile, as all know, stands for "Waterfall-Agile", and is the pinnacle of dysfunctional development methodologies.

James Shore: The Decline and Fall of Agile

by greut

Or maybe we need to stop selling Agile. Maybe we need to say, "Agile is hard, and you can't master it by sitting through a two-day course." Maybe we need to be firm and say, "Sorry, if you don't use agile engineering practices, if you don't have high-bandwidth communication, and if you don't include a strong customer voice, you're not going to succeed. Try something else instead." Scrum is popular because it's easy--and that's part of the problem.

Is that linked to the cargo cult thingy?