Tag Archives: Agile on the Beach

Student’s t-statistic

Introduction In 1908, a guy at Guinness found a way to measure which types of barley produced the best beer-brewing yields: he called it the “t-statistic”. However, because Guinness was paranoid about giving away trade secrets, he had to publish his ideas under the pseudonym “Student”. Although we now know his name was William Sealy… Read More »

Agile on the Beach

“Agile AND a beach party? Sounds like my kind of thing” was my response when a colleague asked me if I was interested in going to Agile on the Beach 2013. And it didn’t disappoint.   Nearly 200 people converged on the university at Falmouth, UK, for 2 days of agile-based presentations and workshops, split… Read More »

How NAP uses Kanban

On Friday 6 September 2013, I delivered “Kanban Style: a story about how THE NET-A-PORTER GROUP has used Kanban” at Agile on the Beach in Falmouth. I would really value your feedback on how it went. Please fill in the questionnaire below: Create your free online surveys with SurveyMonkey , the world’s leading questionnaire tool.… Read More »