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  • Agile - Business Practice or Business Procedure

    I have been asked at least once whether I would describe Scrum as a process. My answer was something like “it’s a framework” a “very high-level process” but I don’t think that was helpful. It occurred to me recently that a more helpful explanation of the distinction between Agile processes and some other development processes would be to use ...
    Posted to Peter Measures Blog (Weblog) by peter.measures on January 30, 2013
  • User stories produce better quality results

    As a BA I want to provide requirements that are concise as possible.  If requirements are not concise enough this can lead to costly changes to a solution. I intend to demonstrate this by comparing user stories with requirements and highlighting why user stories provide higher quality results. By doing so I hope to persuade you why user ...
    Posted to Peter Measures Blog (Weblog) by peter.measures on January 8, 2013
  • I Am The Impediment (or, Agile user experience design for absolute beginners)

    Three days ago, I joined my client's team as their first user experience designer. Today, I officially became an ''impediment''. Those people familiar with Agile development methods may recognize the particular significance of the term 'impediment'. In this case, it means that someone else's work can't continue until mine is ...
  • Agile & Scrum Training

    We have a couple of places left on each of the following courses, if you are interested please email agile@emc.com Effective User Stories for Agile Requirements Projects start with their requirements. How those requirements are documented or expressed has a tremendous influence on the rest of the project. A great way to build software that meets ...
    Posted to Flynny's Blog (Weblog) by Michelle.Flynn on February 14, 2011
  • Agile courses with Mike Cohn

    We have some place on the following courses hosted by Mike Cohn   Agile Estimating and Planning – Oct 18th 2010 London   Certified ScrumMaster – Oct 19th -20th 2010 London   Succeeding with Agile – Oct 21st  -22nd 2010 London   Please let me know if these link don’t work   Contact agile@emc.com for ...
    Posted to Flynny's Blog (Weblog) by Michelle.Flynn on September 13, 2010
  • Agile Courses available in October 2010

    We have some spaces left on our Mike Cohn Agile courses which are running in October.    Agile Estimating and Planning – Oct 18th 2010 London   Certified ScrumMaster – Oct 19th -20th 2010 London   Succeeding with Agile – Oct 21st  -22nd 2010 London   For more info email agile@emc.com  
    Posted to Flynny's Blog (Weblog) by Michelle.Flynn on July 29, 2010
  • London .Net User Group - Behaviour Driven Development

    We are hosting the London .Net User Group next week where Ian Cooper will be speaking about Behaviour Driven Development (BDD) Date: Weds 9th June 2010 Time: 6:30pm onwards Venue: EMC Consulting, Notcutt House, 36 Southwark Bridge Road, London, SE1 9EU Abstract: Behavior Driven Development (or BDD) is an Agile software development technique ...
    Posted to Flynny's Blog (Weblog) by Michelle.Flynn on June 1, 2010
  • Agile courses available in June

    We have a few spaces left on the Agile Courses in June with Mike Cohn.    http://www.mountaingoatsoftware.com/   Agile Estimating and Planning                     21 ...
    Posted to Flynny's Blog (Weblog) by Michelle.Flynn on May 25, 2010
  • Nobody can do Agile

    Let's be clear on one point. You can't do Agile. You can only be Agile. What causes some confusion I think is that in order to be Agile, you often need to do some of the things you're currently doing now differently. But if you really want to succeed at being or becoming Agile, you really need to first conquer how you're thinking. Agile ...
    Posted to Simon Bennett's Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on May 12, 2010
  • Lo-Fi for the Flow Guy

    Recently I was doing some pair Kanban Coaching with Karl Scotland, and as is not uncommon during these types of engagements, we got out of the classroom and “took a tour of the Gemba”. Whilst the tremendous value that an accurate Kanban board can add to the effectiveness of such a coaching exercise should probably be the topic of another blog ...
    Posted to Simon Bennett's Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on April 14, 2010
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