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Does Scaled Agile Cease to be Agile
Can Agile still work at Scale? We talk to Tim Robinson – Scrum Trainer and Senior Agile consultant on his thoughts and the challenges he sees.
Agile Outside of Tech with Sal Taweel
Does Agile still work outside of technology? We talk to Sal Taweel – Professional Tennis Coach and former Davis Cup Player, on how he has implemented Agile ways of working in sport.
The Agile Kick-About – Are Scrum Masters & Agile Coaches No Longer Needed? With Johnathan Lucky
Scrum Masters and Agile Coaches, are they needed? We chat with Johnathan Lucky – Agile Delivery Lead from London (via the USA) to get his perspective.
The Latest Articles by Agilicist
What You Measure is What You Get Back
“The hours of folly are measured by the clock; but of wisdom, no clock can measure.” – William Blake. In the modern world there are countless attributes that can be said to be quantitative measures of success. Financial stability, relationships, quality friendships, material possessions and job satisfaction are just a few that spring to mind. […]
Walking That Fine Line Between Empowerment and Abdication
“Find the autonomy in your work. Autonomy is key to feeling good about the work you do, no matter what kind of work it is.” – JEAN CHATZKY We all talk about empowerment of our people and how that is an enabler for truly Agile ways of working. Have you ever stopped to consider […]
Trust – Your Springboard to Better Working Relationships
Everybody wants to be trusted and to trust those around them, right? Trust is something that we all rely upon in our interpersonal relationships – but how many times have you heard a colleague say (or thought or said yourself), ‘I wouldn’t trust them as far as I could throw them..’, about a co-worker […]