Tag Archives: Agile Manifesto

Culture and Behaviour

As a community, we spend a lot of time debating the practicalities of Agile thinking. What makes a good retrospective? Should we run 2 or 3 week Sprints? What questions should we ask at the stand up? These are all great things to discuss, but if we agree that Agile is a set of principles,… Read More »

Basics of Scrum talk (London)

Location: London, United Kingdom Date: 21 February 2017 Regular Price: £35 Trainer: David Lowe Gain an understanding of the principles behind this popular project management framework. In this class you’ll get a brief history and explanation of the core values and principles of the Agile Manifesto and how Scrum relates to it. We’ll cover the roles and ceremonies… Read More »

Is Scrum the same as Agile?

This week’s blog post is based on a chapter from our book, Scrum 101: the most frequently asked questions about Agile with Scrum, which is available to buy for $12.60. Agile is the underlying values and principles that Scrum lives by as documented in the Agile Manifesto (Beck et al., 2001). You cannot apply the Scrum framework without… Read More »

What is the Agile Manifesto?

This week’s blog post is based on a chapter from our book, Scrum 101: the most frequently asked questions about Agile with Scrum, which is available to buy for £9.90. In 2001, a group of seventeen software specialists met in a ski resort in Utah, USA. They came from a variety of backgrounds and had no unifying approach,… Read More »

Basics of Scrum talk (London)

Location: London, United Kingdom Date: 30 November 2016 Regular Price: £tbc + VAT Trainer: David Lowe Gain an understanding of the principles behind this popular project management framework. In this class you’ll get a brief history and explanation of the core values and principles of the Agile Manifesto and how Scrum relates to it. We’ll cover the roles… Read More »

Turbine – In Brief

Turbine is a recently published “methodology” that outlines a vision for the continuous delivery of business value driven software iterations. The creators of Turbine; Marco Tedone and John Ferguson Smart, have put together a manifesto and a supporting structure for how a Turbine style delivery environment can be achieved, consisting of environment conditions in the form of their… Read More »