The Rhythmic Dance of Agile with Cadence

MPUG

Now, you might be thinking what exactly a dance has to do with cadence in Agile? Let’s start first with the definition of cadence. Cadence – Definition and Basics. One can define cadence in Agile as follows: Cadence is a regular, predictable pattern of development work in Agile.

Troubleshooting in Lean-Agile Development

MPUG

Many project managers utilize a Lean-Agile approach when there is high change or churn in project requirements, significant lack of clarity in scope, high complexity to their projects, and/or a larger number of risks associated with such. Two Lean-Agile Types. Flow-based Lean-Agile.

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What is Lead time in Inventory Management- A Getting Started Guide

nTask

You May Also Like: A 2021 Guide to Kanban Cadences to help Align Your Business Communication. Change Management inventory management Lean Management Work ManagementWe all know how important time is, once lost it can never be turned back.

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Comprehensive Guide to Becoming A SAFe Agilist

Agilemania

SAFe® is a knowledge base of proven, integrated principles, practices, and competencies for achieving business agility using Lean, Agile, Systems Thinking, and DevOps. A SAFe agilist leads a Lean-Agile Enterprise with the help of SAFe®. Becoming a Lean-Agile Leader.

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Why Agile Transformation Fails | AgileIndy 2021

Leading Agile

This is Mike Cottmeyer's talk from AgileIndy 2021 on The Executive's Guide to Why Agile Transformation Fails. Announcer] This is Mike Cottmeyer’s talk from AgileIndy, 2021 on “Why Agile Transformation Fails.”

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The Roles and Responsibilities of a SAFe Agilist You Never Knew

Agilemania

SAFe is a knowledge base of proven, integrated principles, practices, and competencies for achieving business agility using Lean, Agile, Systems Thinking, and DevOps. A SAFe agilist is the person responsible for Lean-Agile transformation.

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Benefits of Scaled Agile Framework ( SAFe®) – Agilemania

Agilemania

Recognized as one of the world’s foremost authorities on Lean-Agile best practices, Dean Leffingwell took it on himself to do something about it. SAFe is based on following 10 Lean-Agile principles-. Apply cadence and synchronize with cross-domain planning.

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How do you implement SAFe agile in your organization?

Agilemania

Scaled Agile Framework is a knowledge base of proven, integrated principles, competencies for attaining business agility using Lean, Agile, Systems Thinking, and DevOps. Ensuring quality is an innate characteristic of Lean and Flow. SAFe is based on 10 Lean-Agile principles-.

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SAFe Simply Explained (Part 1): Core Competencies and Principles

Inloox

SAFe is continuously improved and evolved, with the latest version 5 released in February 2021. SAFe picks up many already familiar elements and concepts from existing methods such as Scrum or Lean Project Management, which makes the transition easier for many companies. Lean Agile Leadership: Managers are the very core of lean agile development and business agility. Go Lean! – How Lean Management Can Help Your Project Succeed.

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Is SAFe® (Scaled Agile Framework®) not Agile?

Agilemania

SAFe also adds additional interaction events to ensure collaboration happens across the teams and not just within the agile teams aligned to a common goal and work with a synchronized cadence. The lean economics. There has been some amount of criticism about SAFe.

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How To Become a Successful SAFe Agile Coach?

Agilemania

The SAFe Agile Coach is supposed to enable the agile teams in their SAFe adoption, and they also learn a variety of Lean techniques/tools to improve the flow of value in their agile teams. What is SAFe agile.

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How To Become a Successful SAFe Agile Coach?

Agilemania

The SAFe Agile Coach is supposed to enable the agile teams in their SAFe adoption, and they also learn a variety of Lean techniques/tools to improve the flow of value in their agile teams. What is SAFe agile.

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Creating a Risk-Adjusted Backlog

Mike Griffiths

Prioritizing based on business value is an example of the lean concept of 'Taking an Economic View of Decision Making.' Fortunately, the cadence of iterations and events such as retrospectives and sprint planning provides all the occasions we need to keep the process going.

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The Complete Glossary of 614 Project Management Terms

Workamajig

Projects might additional calendars as well to show resource availability, communication cadence, etc. Lean : "Lean" is an approach towards project management that prioritizes minimizing waste and maximizing value. Project management terminology can be complicated.

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Sprint Burndown and Burnup Charts with MS Project Agile

MPUG

As I’ve explained in a previous article, flow-based Agile can benefit from cadences. Burndown and Burnup charts are widely used by Lean-Agile teams to visualize work remaining and work completed, respectively. 2021 is coming to an end.

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Scrum Vs. Kanban: Uncover the Key Considerations

Agilemania

Scrum is founded on empiricism and lean thinking. Lean thinking reduces waste and focuses on the essentials. Lean Manufacturing. Kanban vs. Scrum- Cadence . Scrum vs. Kanban is one of the most trending comparisons in the world of agile methodology!

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The Transformation Journey: Lessons Learned

Planview Blog

We wonder if many enterprises even did annual planning for 2021: How many organizations are still running off the plan they created in 2019? Most organizations are on a transformation journey of some kind, including Planview.

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Building Trust via Trustworthiness

Leading Agile

The VP stated the Agile teams were in ‘chaos’ since being taught the concept of Lean Agile portfolios. Teams don’t keep a regular cadence of collaboration and review. I walked into the conference room to meet with the VP of enterprise Agile Transformation.

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Scrum Vs. Kanban: Uncover the Key Considerations

Agilemania

Scrum is founded on empiricism and lean thinking. Lean thinking reduces waste and focuses on the essentials. Lean Manufacturing. Kanban vs. Scrum- Cadence . Scrum vs. Kanban is one of the most trending comparisons in the world of agile methodology!

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Release planning and predictable delivery

Scrum.org

Without a regular cadence of delivery of working software any belief that you will get a usable increment is misguided at best. Much like the lean movement in manufacturing, companies that embraced it wholeheartedly were the ones that ultimately see the competitive edge that it provides.

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 Executive’s Guide To Large-Scale Agile Transformation & Sustaining An Adaptive Enterprise w/ Mike Cottmeyer

Leading Agile

At the enterprise level we want encapsulated either value streams, products or business capabilities that can take strategic initiatives and reliably and predictably on a cadence of probably 12 to 24 weeks or something like that, be able to produce value into market.

Product Discovery Anti-Patterns Leading to Failure

Scrum.org

In the attempt to fill Scrum’s product discovery void, product delivery organizations regularly turn to other agile frameworks like lean UX, jobs-to-be-done, lean startup, design thinking, design sprint—just to name a few. TL; DR: Product Discovery Anti-Patterns.

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Comparing Nexus and SAFe - Similarities, Differences, potential synergies

Scrum.org

Lean/Agile Leadership. Both SAFe and Scrum/Nexus emphasize the need for a different style of leadership - leaders who serve, have a growth mindset, lead by example, live and breath Lean/Agile principles and practices, and strive for relentless improvement. .