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Never Let The Customer Forget

April 9, 2009

So no matter how hard you work and how much stuff you deliver I’ve always been amazed at how easily the customer forgets what you’ve done when things aren’t going so well or they can’t get what they want (*enter customer stomping feet and throwing tantrum*). So one thing I’ve had teams doing over the […]

Whole Team Stand-up

April 9, 2009

I’ve lost track of what people are saying is best practise for stand-ups nowadays. I know what works for me and the teams I’m working with and one of these things is including your stakeholders/customer. Don’t just include them but actually have them answer the same questions as the team. My experience has been they […]

Scrum & Kanban – Compare and Contrast

April 8, 2009

Henrik Kniberg has put together a good article on the similarities and differences of Scrum & Kanban here: http://blog.crisp.se/henrikkniberg/2009/04/03/1238795520000.html On the whole a pretty good article. I don’t fully agree with the section that talks about using estimates if you need predictability. Estimates are simply a prediction of the future but real predictability comes from […]