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This will be a continuously updated article, last updated on 2019-10-27. I am stunned every time Agile is debated. The Agile Manifesto was in 2001. The talent I scout hasn’t been born in 2001. Those who went to university in 2001 are now in their 40s. Ward Cunningham was 52 in 2001. I went to […]

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How to (Re-)Start a Scrum

(Re-)starting a Scrum does not attract as much attention as running a Scrum, but can be tricky, especially on the level of end-to-end organisation of the business. In the last months I helped (re-)start Scrum in a major bank, in a couple of investment funds, and in a major fintech, and I would like to […]

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Crew Composition vs Detailed Description of Processes

There is something you have probably seen many times, but never really thought of — — in the control room of a famous and critically important international institution there are no individual passwords. And the screens are not logged out when the operator moves away. The controls are vigorous and at the door. Once you […]

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Learning Interpretation of Requirements from Bernstein and Gould

If you are tired of subject matter experts hammering Agile into your already hurting brain and you are thinking like Carl Jung in A Dangerous Method, that “there must be more than one hinge into the universe”, and especially if you like (or would like to try) some classical music — this Bernstein and Gould […]

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