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Agile ALM for Delivering Customer Value: Back-end Disciplines

In this second part of a two-part series, Mario Moreira explores the back-end disciplines of a lifecycle that establishes an ALM framework centering on customer value. If your organization has adopted agile and you are looking at building your ALM framework, consider an infrastructure and tooling that will help you establish and build customer value throughout the lifecycle.

Mario  Moreira's picture Mario Moreira
An Agile Software Shop: Spreading Agile Across Departments

In a medium to large software shop, where several groups are involved in the development of a product, implementing an agile methodology may be a challenge.

Rafael  Alvarez's picture Rafael Alvarez
The Zero-Defect Vision: Common Sources of Errors in Development

Examine the common sources of errors in product development activities. By being aware of the things we can change in our environments, we can reach our goal of preventing errors. Then, a number of techniques can be employed in order to help teams work towards a zero-defect goal.

Bob Schatz's picture Bob Schatz
Mission Critical Agility
Video

Jeff Norris explores key principles of agility from a fresh and entertaining perspective by drawing on inspiring stories of people who demonstrated agile work practices long before anyone had heard of a ScrumMaster. Come take a break from the rulebooks and taxonomies of the modern agile zoo and reflect on core traits that we all should embrace as we seek better ways of working.

TechWell Staff's picture TechWell Staff
Management Myth #1: The Myth of 100% Utilization

Too many managers believe in the myth of 100% utilization—the belief that every single technical person must be fully utilized every single minute of every single day. The problem with this myth is that there is no time for innovation, no time for serendipitous thinking, no time for exploration, and it often leads to a less successful organization.

Johanna Rothman's picture Johanna Rothman
Empowering Agile Teams

Teams, when truly empowered, will always make better decisions than any one individual. Where can you empower teams as you adopt agile?

Jean Tabaka's picture Jean Tabaka
Agile 2011: Ward Cunningham—Agile Manifesto, Ten Years Later and the Federated Wiki
Podcast

Bob Payne chats with Ward about the tenth anniversary of the Agile Manifesto and his newest wiki project.

Bob Payne's picture Bob Payne
Taking DevOps Mainstream

In this article, Shawn Edmondson describes how the rise of DevOps can be measured right alongside the rise of cloud in its level of mainstream acceptance. Learn how DevOps takes a common sense approach to development while using agile methodologies and automation at the same time.

Shawn Edmondson's picture Shawn Edmondson
Agile Leadership for Mid-Managers

Len Whitmore explores how the growth of agile changes the roles, responsibilities, and titles of mid-managers more so than any other management group, because agile practices require more leadership and less of what is considered traditional management techniques.

Len  Whitmore's picture Len Whitmore
The Zero-Defect Vision: Error-proofing Your Way to Quality

Bob Schatz helps you develop strategies to eliminate errors and prevent defects in your product or service.

Bob Schatz's picture Bob Schatz

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