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Over the years the roles associated with agile transformations has grown and changed. Fifteen years ago the only roles that existed were those that were associated with being within an Agile team – the Product Owner and Scrum Master.  The Scrum Master role hasn’t really changed over this time – it has always been clearly …

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On my way to someone’s desk at work I overhead a blunt and emotive statement “Agile doesn’t work”. I smiled slightly and hung back to overhear the conversation further. I learnt through listening that the person making the statement was a Product Owner. They were unhappy with the fact that their team hadn’t been delivering on …

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In large enterprises where Agile is being scaled and huge transformation programs are in progress there seems to be a growing trend towards standardization. But what does this actually mean? What benefits can you get from standardizing within Agile transformations and where should you avoid standardization? Terminology/language What would standardization look like? All coaches throughout …

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This is a back to basics post driven from a number of interesting conversations I have had recently. Firstly here is my personal definition of Agile: An umbrella term for the toolbox of light-weight methods, practices and techniques that are focused on working smarter, not harder. So let’s break that quote down. “An umbrella term” …

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