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Scaling agile

Is that the right question? What is the goal of scaling agile? Isn’t it to be agile at all levels? So, we are essentially looking at creating an agile organization. You may say, that may be a matter to semantics.

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“How many bed sheets?”

“How many bed sheets? What about hospital gowns?” This was the pertinent conversation between the nurses from the intensive care unit and the regular hospital room where the patient was headed. The only question I have is – what about

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Lean startup for service companies – Part II

This is a follow up to Lean startup for service companies – Part I entry. In the last blog, we spoke about how we started on problem verification. This week, we turn our attention to solution validation. After we ran a

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Lean startup for service companies – Part I

There are a plenty of examples for how to apply Lean startup techniques to starting a new venture or product companies. How about service companies? How can we use Lean startup to grow our business? Here is our experiment using

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Impact mapping

The product backlog is boring. After all, it’s just a list, albeit an ordered one. Hence we do things like user story mapping, which makes it a more presentable way at looking at requirements. Nevertheless, more and more teams (and

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