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Fixed Price bids. An open invitation to bribe, cajole, lie and cheat.

- Gunther Verheyen
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A frequently recurring question is on the combination of agile and fixed price bids (and contracts). Here are my thoughts: I have an opinion...


Agility can’t be planned

- Gunther Verheyen
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I have been fortunate. I have been involved in some larger scale Scrum transformations. I have learned much. I have much to learn. Here are some basics that are fundamental to set the right expectations for a enterprise Scrum transformation. I will relentlessly repeat and remind these. Because in...


Pair Programming Is A Good Software Development Practice

- Gunther Verheyen
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Agile is not only about the ‘process’ we follow to build software products. Agility is not just achieved by following a method. Agile is also about the behavior we show while creating software products. But agile is certainly also about the software craftsmanshipwe show in...


Yes, we do Scrum. And…

- Gunther Verheyen
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The Scrum Guide describes the basic rules of the game of Scrum. You can easily detect whether you are doing Scrum. It takes no more than 9 questions. If you can answer every question with a ‘Yes’, you are doing Scrum. Congratulations. We got rid of the “ScrumBut” expressions....

Tags: Scrum

How Scrum Blends the Philosophies of Lean and Agile

- Gunther Verheyen
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Some management or governance philosophies should not be mixed. Because the mix will be a blurry amalgam and the unique flavor of the individual ingredients will get lost in the mix. In general it’s even worse. Not only the flavor and the envisioned benefits get lost, the total ‘product&...

Tags: Scrum, Management

The Blending Philosophies of Lean and Agile

- Gunther Verheyen
in Community Publications

Learn more about the distinct views and similiarities between Lean and Agile. Included is the Scrum perspective to Agile to demonstrate how the tangible, yet open framework of Scrum aligns and blends the underlying thinking of Agile and Lean. [Read the full article...]


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