In the previous article, we looked at two Ever-Successful NFL teams, the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers, who seem to be able… Read More »Exploding vs. Imploding: What the NFL Has to Teach Us About Managing Agile Enterprises, Part II
Ever-Successful vs. Never-Successful: What the NFL Has to Teach Us About Managing Agile Enterprises, Part I
A few days ago, I responded to a post on LinkedIn about how Google seems to always find a way to keep ahead of the… Read More »Ever-Successful vs. Never-Successful: What the NFL Has to Teach Us About Managing Agile Enterprises, Part I
A Solution is Not a Product Solution, Deliverable, Product, Work Product and other terms are often used interchangeably to describe output from development initiatives. However,… Read More »Solution vs. Product-Implications for Agile Development
I have done a lot of writing recently about these many referents and the Agile 2 Academy, with whom I am currently working. I’ve stressed the importance of attaining what I have been calling Business Agility and observed the many ways in which Agile and agile as they are currently practiced don’t necessarily contribute to it.
The world is watching the war Russia is waging against the Ukrainians. Most of it applauds how the Ukrainians adapt to a rapidly evolving environment and occasionally prevail. This article describes how the Ukrainian’s agility serves them quite well in the conflict.
In my previous article, I discussed Waterfall, WaterScrumFall, big-A Agile, and business agility. Dissonance abounds among organizations struggling to transition their approaches to building solutions… Read More »Can Starting with Waterfall Lead to Better Agile? Part II
Waterfall, WaterScrumFall, Agile and Agility We should all be aware that business agility is the primary enabler for companies seeking sustainability. In the past, companies… Read More »Can Starting with Waterfall Lead to Better Agile? Part I