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Agile, Agile Coaching, Professional Development

Inspecting and Adapting Myself

“Between stimulus and response, there is a space. In that space is our power to...

Agile, Agile Coaching, Scrum

9 Signs You’re Struggling with Agile Adoption

Your team adopted Agile to get better—to accelerate delivery and improve performance—but now that you’ve...

Agile, Agile Coaching, Tools

Agile Ancestry: A Mindset for Solution Development and Beyond

Some may believe that the Agile mindset is new and was recently “discovered.” In reality,...

Agile, Agile Coaching, Scrum

The Spine Model

My introduction to Agile came at my last job, where we underwent an Agile transformation...

Agile, Agile Coaching, Change Management

Responding to Change Over Following a Plan: Agile Lessons from Antarctica

I spent the first part of January in Antarctica hanging out with penguins, whales, and...

Agile, Agile Coaching, Scrum

Improving the Team, One Retrospective at a Time

“The definition of insanity Is Doing the Same Thing Over and Over Again and Expecting...

Agile, Agile Coaching, Software Development

Your Code Base is a Living Space: Sarah Mei’s Delightful Concept

I was at IBM’s INDEX Developer Conference earlier this year and it was a nice...

Agile, Agile Coaching

My Take on Agile Assessments

Are you at the start of your Agile Journey? Or do you want an outside...

Agile, Agile Coaching

Improve Your Coaching: Start an Agile Coach Camp!

I’ve been involved with the US Agile Coach Camps in one capacity or another since...

Agile, Agile Coaching, Scrum

So You Want to Drop Your Retro

Many Agile approaches, such as Scrum, have a focused event (the retrospective) to reflect on...

Agile, Agile Coaching, Dear Agile

Dear Agile: Not Your Average Stand-Up

This post is in Excella’s Dear Agile series of blog posts. DEAR AGILE: Recently, a...

Agile, Agile Coaching, Change Management

Becoming a Catalyst, Part Two

In my previous post, I discussed ways in which anyone can become a leader by...