Rediscovering ‘Time Left’: The Agile Element We’ve Overlooked for Years.

In Agile and Software Development, the overlooked “Time Left” principle holds untapped potential to enhance project management and team efficiency. Its underuse highlights a significant gap in Agile practices, especially given its absence in mainstream discussions and documentation. Surprisingly, this principle could be a game-changer in productivity and team dynamics, challenging and potentially revolutionizing current […]

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How Work Breakdown Structure is Killing Your Agility

So, you work in JIRA during the Sprint Planning or Backlog Grooming session and go through the next user story to determine what needs to be completed to meet the requirements. And immediately, it’s clear that the goal of the user story touches a lot of different components. The reaction – we need to create […]

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2 Agile Concepts Taken Too Far!

The Agile Manifesto provided a lot of valuable philosophy that created modern software development. And the philosophy is extremely wise in many ways. So much so, that some people adopted the points in Agile Manifesto so rigidly to create a new form of immobility and stagnation. #1. Individuals and Interactions over Processes and Tools Whenever […]

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Honest Conversation with an Agile Purist – Part 2

The Agile Manifesto has been around for over 20 years now and is the biggest contributor to the evolving thought process for modern software management. Many have adopted the golden nuggets defined inside and now these firmly live as Agile mantras. Yet, like…

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