March 2, 2017

AWA Interviews: Matt Wynne

AWA Interviews: Matt Wynne Ahead the nearly sold out  “BDD for Busy People” workshop running later this month, we asked Matt Wynne about his story, where he sees the biggest challenges in software development and the impact BDD has had on the industry. Continue reading below for some interesting and insightful answers. How long have you been working with BDD? What…

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January 29, 2016

Rethink the way you learn with Learning 3.0

Back in November 2014, I headed across to São Paulo to take part in what seemed like a pretty random event; the first Learning Camp. I’d been invited along by my friend Alexandre Magno, who I’d met some months before on Skype as Alex was interested in improving his English in a creative way. So,…

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January 6, 2016

Running Agile in an UX way – help needed!

I am looking for case studies or short explanations of how UX has been done within sprints and not as staggered sprints. I have written this article on staggering sprints based on my experience with architecture and test. There are plenty of case studies for this, but I have very little experience with UX. Does anyone…

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October 28, 2015

Dave Snowden and Greg Brougham book launch!

Adventures with Agile is very excited to partner on a new book launch of the Cynefin Mini Book written by Greg Brougham on the Cynefin framework. Dave Snowden is creator of the framework and Greg is an expert on complexity. The book launch will be in London, and both Greg and Dave will be there….

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October 28, 2015

Agile Awards ceremony 

Dear Reader The Agile Awards are a funny affair. For me Agile is an altruistic endeavour to improve people’s lives that happens to have profound business advantage in a complex and fast moving marketplace. The idea of awards sometimes seems contradictory to the idea of community and equality, when really nothing can be done of…

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September 2, 2015

5 internal tools for large scale organisational change

Abundance Living in abundance is a choice. Abundance is a state of mind. When you live in abundance or have the feeling of living in an abundant world, something changes in your output such that the very decisions you make create harmony and optimism in those around you. This is very much likely to bring…

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May 11, 2015

A case study: creating a global tribe

Adventures with Agile has partners in 5 countries, has over 600 members in the UK and 1000s of members worldwide. We have an average of 5.8 years Agile experience each and are typically Agile Coaches, Scrum Masters, C Level Execs, Department heads, senior managers, PMO and Product Owners. The community grows by about 3-4 people…

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April 8, 2015

Why Scale Agile – Part 2 – Business Value

Part one of this series is about visibility and Part Three is about the Agile Mind Part two – Business Value Source: http://www.versionone.com/agile-101/agile-software-development-benefits/ Business value can be measured in a lot of different ways. From profit, to customer satisfaction through altruistic endeavours and personal kudos. Agile at scale helps maximise business value however you measure…

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March 11, 2015

Introducing the Innovation Games® Master Class – London 23 March 2015

Adventures with Agile in partnership with Innovation Games brings you the new Certified Innovation Games® Master Class that is designed to build on your skills as an Innovation Games / Gamestorming Facilitator by teaching game-design processes, scalable online play & new in-person games designed to solve advanced problems in strategy, competitive positioning, marketing & product development….

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January 12, 2015

The rising stars of Agile Entrepreneurism

It is 1998, it is my first day as lead developer at a major corporate and I don’t have a computer. I sit at my empty desk and my very enthusiastic boss tells me I need to give him my dream spec for my machine, a list of any software I want and what books…

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