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.

Use MVIs for team improvements

Kiron Bondale

Whether a team uses a scheduled cadence for reviewing their WoW such as the use of retrospectives in Scrum, or they use a just-in-time approach they will come up with improvement ideas. Two of pillars of adaptive approaches are inspection and adaptation.

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Scrum Vs. Kanban: Uncover the Key Considerations

Agilemania

Scrum vs. Kanban is one of the most trending comparisons in the world of agile methodology! However, while Scrum and Kanban both have differences, their principles are the same. Though Scrum is one of the most popular methods in agile, organizations are recently choosing Kanban.

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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.” I don’t mean Scrum.

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Using OKRs with Scrum and Evidence Based Management

Scrum.org

Embedding OKRs into Scrum's Inspect/Adapt Cadence. Scrum's ability to provide executives with an ability to inspect real progress based on product increments, and then adapt, underpins a superior operating model to the predictive, large batch planning and execution model of Waterfall.

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Scrum Vs. Kanban: Uncover the Key Considerations

Agilemania

Scrum vs. Kanban is one of the most trending comparisons in the world of agile methodology! However, while Scrum and Kanban both have differences, their principles are the same. Though Scrum is one of the most popular methods in agile, organizations are recently choosing Kanban.

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How To Become a Successful SAFe Agile Coach?

Agilemania

The organizations start with few teams initially, and it is easier to follow simple & lightweight frameworks like Scrum or Kanban at this stage. The most important skills for an agile coach include: Strong understanding of Scrum and Kanban. Large-Scale Scrum (LeSS).

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

Inloox

In most cases, however, previous experience is based only on the small-scale use of Scrum or other agile methods in individual departments. 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. Agility should no longer be a new term for most project managers.

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The Value of an Agile Project Management Office

MPUG

An Agile PMO can work with the POs, Agile PMs, Scrum Masters (SMs), and Functional Heads to satisfy the need of such resources. In an Agile PMO setting, the product backlog is executed over a number of iterations or with a flow-based cadence in order to move towards the vision or goal of the product. Imagine this scenario as you start-off your day: You open your business site and the message says: “it doesn’t exist.”

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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. Project management terminology can be complicated.

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Troubleshooting in Lean-Agile Development

MPUG

An example of this type can be the Scrum framework. It’s usually based on a cadence. As shown in the above figure, there is no regular timeboxed iteration, but incremental delivery can happen in cadence.

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How Agile Practices Enable Remote Working

Scrum.org

And last summer’s 14th State of Agile report clearly demonstrated that Agile adoption is more important than ever in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, a trend that is set to continue throughout 2021. These five events from Scrum strongly support a decentralised command approach. #1

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How To Become a Successful SAFe Agile Coach?

Agilemania

The organizations start with few teams initially, and it is easier to follow simple & lightweight frameworks like Scrum or Kanban at this stage. The most important skills for an agile coach include: Strong understanding of Scrum and Kanban. Large-Scale Scrum (LeSS).

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Dealing With “Remote Sprawl”: How to Manage Teams, People, and Projects Across Time Zones

Planio

Timing and team cadence: Decouple team cadences whenever possible. Timing and team cadence: Decouple team cadences whenever possible. Agile teams rely on a clear sprint cadence to keep projects moving, remove bottlenecks, and ship great software.

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

Leading Agile

And what that means to us is not just teaching people how to do agile or how to do kind of methodologies in this space like say for Scrum or what have you but really like how to create the kinds of organizations that really can do agile really well and really effectively at scale.

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How We Reduced Cycle Time from 164 Days to 8 Days in 6 Months

Scrum.org

In December 2020, my friend Adrian Galarza and I delivered a Scrum.org Scrum Pulse Webinar - A Cycle Time Journey: 164 to 8 Days in 6 Months that summarized the journey of Adrian’s Scrum Team. Does Scrum allow testers? CADENCE & RELIABILITY. BACKGROUND.

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The Virtuous Cycle of Trust and Influence

Leading Agile

Delivering on a regular, predictable cadence. If we are going through a Transformation, and let’s say we are a Scrum Master, and we are trying to influence our leadership, to help create the conditions in which that group can be trustworthy.

Building Trust via Trustworthiness

Leading Agile

For an Agile team, being trustworthy is about having a stable and predictable capacity; for a Scrum team, that’s a stable velocity, for a Kanban team, that’s stable throughput. . Teams don’t keep a regular cadence of collaboration and review.

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Release planning and predictable delivery

Scrum.org

Updated to reflect the 2020 Scrum Guide! Without a regular cadence of delivery of working software any belief that you will get a usable increment is misguided at best.

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Product Discovery Anti-Patterns Leading to Failure

Scrum.org

Scrum has proven to be an effective product delivery framework for all sorts of products. However, Scrum is equally well suited to build the wrong product efficiently as its Achilles heel has always been the product discovery part. Scrum’s Achilles Heel: Product Discovery.

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Getting started with a Definition of Done (DoD)

Scrum.org

Updated to reflect the 2020 Scrum Guide! The 2020 Scrum Guide. If you can’t ship working software at least every 30 days then by its very definition, you are not yet doing Scrum. You are not yet doing Scrum.

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Comparing Nexus and SAFe - Similarities, Differences, potential synergies

Scrum.org

In both SAFe/Scrum it is a self-managing team of self-managed teams with a couple of key roles at the team of teams level. . Scrum theory emphasizes Empiricism and Self-management, coupled with Flow in recent years. Scrum Master in the NIT - RTE.

L'esprit du jeu avant tout !

Scrum.org

Scrum is more about behavior than it is about process. The framework of Scrum is based upon five core values: commitment, focus, openness, respect and courage. Que nous apprend cette métaphore de Scrum vu en tant que jeu de société ?

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