Craig and Renee take a revolutionary tour of Sydney and speak to Jeremie Benazra and Dominic Franco about the Agile work that they are doing in Australia’s big city including Kanban, cultural differences, safety and edgy Agile.
We have a Product Mgr who’s supportive of Agile in theory, but wont do the work we need him to do. How do we manage that? eg not being available for to discuss stories (often away) & the highest priority work is the customer who screams loudest… rather than product progression, we do a lot of tweaks & minor bug fixes. Yes we do showcases, after each 2 wk sprint. Alternatively, is that a problem, or are we as a team expecting too much? (just to turn it around!) 🙂 – Phil Kan
“”I’m going to the restroom. Do you need anything from there?” (but in my mind I was thinking I was headed to the kitchen!) #CEOQuoteOfTheDay @sumaya”
Trying to improve quality by increasing the amount of testing is like trying to lose weight by weighing yourself more often (@rowanb) #yam
Should IT work (for example Iteration 0 items) be treated as stories?
Facepalm Moments: Ever had one of those moments when coaching or scrum mastering a team? Those moment when you just couldn’t believe someone made that comment and wanted to cringe and slap your head in dis-belief. These are just some of those moments.
“I promise not to exclude from consideration any idea based on its source, but to consider ideas across schools and heritages in order to find the ones that best suit the current situation.” – Alistair Cockburn’s Oath of Non-Allegiance