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Golden rules for an agile reporting structure
Thursday, September 13, 2018 by Dave West
For the majority of organizations adopting Scrum, they are moving from a traditional team-based model to a Scrum-based approach. Traditional team models vary for every organization, but normally have the following elements:
A project manager responsible for ensuring the project delivers
A line manager who individuals in the team report to. That person d...
Mobile app development trends in 2018
Monday, August 20, 2018 by Richard Harris
App developers are in demand more than ever, and according to Outsystems, the growth has yet to peak. In a new report titled “State of Application Development,” they point out several key areas that strengthen the narrative, like 42 percent of IT saying they plan to deliver 10 or more apps in the next year - whoa? What’s even more astonishing is h...
About SelfOrganizing Teams
Monday, April 11, 2016 by Clementino de Mendonca
A question from a budding Scrum Master, who is transitioning from a background as a traditional project manager:“In order to promote team bonding and self-organization, from now on I am going to try something new with the team. In the sprint planning meeting, instead of me breaking down the tasks for user stories between each team member, I am going to just identify tas...
CA Technologies Ryan Polk Discusses CA's Agile Management Portfolio
Monday, March 14, 2016 by Stuart Parkerson
Ryan Polk, VP of Product Management at CA Technologies, reached out to us to discuss CA’s approach to agile management and provide insight into the products and services available to help companies adopt an agile methodology. ADM: How does the Agile Management portfolio that CA introduced help the enterprise succeed in the application economy? Polk: The app ec...
Adopting Agile Development and Implementing Agile are Not the Same Thing
Wednesday, February 17, 2016 by Stuart Parkerson
I am probably dating myself but I remember in the early 90’s when I worked at a fortune 500 company and the term “out of the box” thinking was all the rage. We’d have meetings about how to think out of the box, but whenever someone (including me) came up with what we thought was an out of the box idea, it didn’t seem to ever fit our corporate structure.I think there mig...