Tag Archives: WIP

Agile Chartering – a summary of key activities teams can use from LiftOff

There is much written about the importance of Vision and Mission for teams and projects. Just searching on the internet will reveal many articles on the subject and many great quotes such as Dee Hock’s: “I believe that purpose and principle, clearly understood and articulated, and commonly shared, are the genetic code of any healthy…

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Implement the MINIMUM WIP LIMIT

The Sprint planning meeting is one of the foundational ceremonies of Scrum practitioners. The meeting typically runs from 1-3 hour where team members come together, decide what work needs to be done, and commit to user stories they will work on for the next Sprint. The quantity and kind of work committed to is typically…

SAFE (SCALED AGILE FRAMEWORK(TM)) INVITATIONS – GUEST POST

Guest post by Yuval Yeret, Enterprise Lean/Agile Consultant and head of AgileSparks USA This article was originally published as a series of posts at Yuval Yeret on Lean/Agile, a blog post and email featuring thoughts, experiences, tools and best practices. Read more at http://YuvalYeret.com and connect with him and the CodeGenesys team at the upcoming “Leading the…

AGILE TESTING

Testing intends to maintain and improve the quality of software over time. One of the major shifts from traditional/waterfall software development to Agile software development is how testing is conceptualized and implemented. Some common attempts to become more agile include: Adding a dedicated tester to a team Including a “hardening sprint” prior to a release…

NIX YOUR FIXED ITERATIONS WITH MINIMUM WIP LIMITS

A ceremony Scrum practitioners are familiar with is Sprint Planning. It’s an important ceremony for a Scrum team in which the team plans for the next Sprint. It typically is a 1-3 hour meeting when team members come together, understand the work needed to be done, and commit to user stories they will work on…