At Code Genesys we are continuously developing and publishing new material to educate and teach new ways of working. We develop e-books, courses, videos, presentations, infographics and many other types of content that help people learn Lean-Agile practices.
The Definitive Guide to Scaling to a Team of Teams [eBook]
“In an economy driven by knowledge work, value gets created through the efforts of teams.” – Daniel Goleman
Teams outperform individuals in complex contexts
Any one individual cannot comprehend the whole, or hold all required skills
Most organizations as a whole have yet to even begin to understand how to gain the advantages of teams at scale
How can you become a Team of Teams?
Weighted Shortest Job First [eBook]
Weighted Shortest Job First (WSJF) is an useful prioritization technique for organizations to decide which initiatives to fund and how to pick and choose their strategic initiatives.
While it can be usefully used to prioritize traditional projects and programs – it is best suited to environments and organization has gone beyond funding spot project and has matured into having well-formed and high functioning teams – and is now flowing work in a continuous development mode through these teams. This is because – for most organization development capacity is usually far lower than demand – the calculation of the highest value work becomes critical in maximizing the available capacity.
Scrumban 101 [EBOOK]
Scrumban is a powerful approach to supercharging team and organizational performance, by integrating the best elements of Agile, Scrum & Lean Kanban.
- A framework for introducing and adopting Scrum as a software development methodology
- A framework for evolving from Scrum to a unique set of processes and practices.
- A framework for overcoming common challenges with scaling Scrum across an Enterprise.
A quick Guide to Engaging & Useful Agile Retrospectives [EBOOK]
One of the principle reasons for retrospectives – is that it provides the team with a platform to effect changes to:
– its work
– the quality and quantity of the output of its efforts
– the satisfaction and overall well-being of the team members.
Start with quality; an Agile testers case study [WEBINAR]
Getting testers involved early in agile development is key to a successful development project. Many times, the team can find issues before they have issues – this, in turn, empowers team to be much more efficient and deliver much more with better quality.