Plans are nothing; planning is everything

Plans are nothing; planning is everything

Plans are nothing;Planning is everything A recent piece in the Harvard Business Review entitled ‘Have We Taken Agile Too Far?’ (penned by two former Amazon execs) claimed that “many organisations are taking [Agile] too far and using it to avoid careful planning and...
What’s the Difference Between Agile & Scrum?

What’s the Difference Between Agile & Scrum?

What's the Difference Between Scrum & Agile?   Agile is used to describe different approaches to software development. It focuses on incremental delivery, team collaboration, continual planning and learning. The term ‘Agile’ came about in 2001 in the...
52 Scrum Master Interview Questions

52 Scrum Master Interview Questions

52 Scrum Master Interview Questions   Want to be ready for that tough Scrum Master interview? Here are 52 questions that will help you really ace the upcoming interview and give you confidence during your Scrum Master interview. The Scrum Master Questions What is...
How Agile Practices Enable Remote Working

How Agile Practices Enable Remote Working

How Agile Practices Enable Remote Working We’ve already discussed the importance of decentralised command and decision-making in an earlier blog, outlining how managers need to be able to train, mentor and teach their teams. And last summer’s 14th State of Agile...