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02/13/2015
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Maybe you’ve got a single team experimenting with Scrum, or maybe you’ve got global teams building complex features. No matter where you are, at some point, you’ve probably thought about taking your Agile game to the next level.  Are you thinking your results should be better, but you’re not sure how to fix or improve them? Maybe you’ve thought not just about expanding your Agile efforts outwards to other teams, but going across the business to the portfolio side of the house—where your company decides what to fund and build.
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03/03/2015
image: wikimedia commons "The more alignment you have, the more autonomy you can grant. The one enables the other." – Stephen Bungay How do you get alignment on your Agile teams? At Rally, we’ve introduced a concept we call the Power of 3 (P³.) Our Agile teams have a built-in P³ leadership subteam: the product owner, the Scrum...
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03/02/2015
In light of the discussion over at kanbandev about the feasibility of how SAFe’s WiP limiting approaches work at the portfolio level, there are few nuances that are important to understand. (I've included references below for more information at the Scaled Agile Inc. website, and more information can also be found in the portfolio module...
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02/27/2015
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The tech industry has long used conferences to share ideas, products, practices, and news. In this era of TED talks, YouTube, SlideShare, and livestreaming, it's easier than ever to be in the audience when thought leaders take the stage. The best conference talks -- even if they’re virtual -- elicit a reaction that’s visceral: they make...
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02/25/2015
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Have you heard about the fortune cookie meme where you read your fortune cookie and then add the phrase “in bed” to the end of it? For example: You will learn a lot today … in bed. A dream you have will come true … in bed. Funny ... and maybe a little immature. Well in the business world, the same thing works for the phrase “at scale...
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02/23/2015
Our coaching team is having a bit of an internal discussion about the role of PI (Program Increment) Objectives and their importance, and this debate has touched on the nature of Agile Release Trains themselves. I’ve put a lot of thought into this and I feel that organizations are wasting some of the deeper power of SAFe when misusing...
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08/14/2012
Tyler Dillerstone of HomeAway was like many of us and used large sticky notes in his team area to make a clear visualization of stories. As I am sure most of you know by now, Kanban teams like to make as many things as clear and obvious as possible and their work on the Kanban board is never the least of these. One of the main problems...
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08/07/2012
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Hi, I’m Ryan. I’m a regular poster over at the Rally Engineering Blog. Over there, it’s well known that I’m a keyboard fanatic. Recently, I even hinted about a snazzy feature I was implementing during hackathon.Ever since I started using Rally, the fact that I needed to grab the mouse to do anything drove me nuts. I love the keyboard...
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10/03/2010
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We've been creating a number of series in our Agile Blog that we'd like to make sure you know about. All of these posts exist individually on the blog; this page is intended to help show how they are connected. Here you can find an overall description of each series and a collection of all links in that series. The page includes both in-...
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10/01/2013
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I have been influenced by Hawken, Senge, Anderson, Benioff, and Branson as my heroes in business, and I have come to believe that business has the largest role to play in addressing the world’s toughest problems, and can and must become the largest force of good on the planet.  As I started working on Rally these beliefs...
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03/06/2013
Many of our customers are in some stage of transition to an agile approach, and for large companies, a hybrid process is the norm, with some teams/projects/programs using an agile approach and others using a more traditional, waterfall-based approach. As the agile teams adopt Rally, it’s easy to see their progress through the stories,...
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