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Agile. Creativity. Innovation.

International Institute for Learning

This family of methods are now commonly known as Agile , and it has been through the formation of the Agile Alliance and the publication of the Agile Manifesto (Fowler and Highsmith 2001). We can say the Agile methods have well-interpreted the so-called Copernican Revolution in management.

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In-Depth: The Evidence-Based Business Case For Agile

What is the business case for Agile teams? We think we do well to base our beliefs about Agile more on evidence. This post is our attempt to bring an evidence-based perspective to the business case of Agile teams. Each post discusses scientific research that is relevant to our work with Scrum and Agile teams.

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Top Project Management Conferences of 2020

One of the largest series of conferences for project managers in North America, the Project Summit has industry innovators who help professionals be more productive, and learn best practices, skills and strategies to succeed. For the agile enthusiast, this scrum gathering takes place twice a year since 2013.

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Beginner’s Guide to Kanban for Agile Marketing


We’re honored to republish this blog post ‘Beginner’s Guide to Kanban for Agile Marketing’ by Andrea Fryrear which was originally published in the Agile Sherpas blog! This makes sense: the bottlenecks in each team’s workflow are distinct, so each team’s improvement strategy is distinct.

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Adopting Business Agility at Moonpig: A Case Study

Strategy Execution | PMO Perspectives

Moonpig was founded in 1999, before Lean and Agile approaches had become mainstream in the UK. It was not until about 2013 that Moonpig first began to adopt Agile practices. In this post Amanda Colpoys – a Lean, Agile and Growth Coach, shares her experiences as she set out to introduce business agility at Moonpig.

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Time Based Competition (TBC): A Strategic PM’s Perspective

The Strategic Project Manager

This post looks at Time as a strategic element and how it has evolved into a critical consideration in strategy and project management. Stalk said, “As a strategic weapon, time is the equivalent of money, productivity, quality, and even innovation.” Implications of Time Based Competition on Strategy.

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Team Management: The Key of to Success

International Institute for Learning

For instance in the Agile Scrum Methodology [4] it is recommended to have 10 or fewer people in a team. Jeff Bezos, founder of Amazon, likes to use the “two-pizza rule” for strategy and development teams. Beedle, “Agile Software Development with Scrum”, Upper Saddle River, NJ, Prentice-Hall, 2002. Innovation.