Is it time-box fixed iterations the only way to make progress in Agile software development? Certainly not. In this talk, I discuss this concept and propose new ways to work with iterations, experimenting and exploring an alternative model to iterate in software development.
Our intuition says that if we are in a situation where the demand for our systems is too high, our response should be focus on increasing our capacity to produce more or on increasing our efficiency to produce faster. Is that so?
Maybe the only course that brings Agile concepts to help on managing outsourcing contracts. Crafted specially for the public sector in Brazil, the course teaches how to put working software in the center of everything and how this change the entire philosophy behind this type of contracts.
The Bridge of Life, in South Korea, is an incredible example of how putting the right information at the right place and at the right time for people can change everything.
How the Kanban Thinking, originated from inside the Kanban community for software development, can help to leverage knowledge work systems in other fields.
One of the most amazing experiences in terms of Kanban training available for those who want to understand why Kanban is part of the next generation of modern methods for managing knowledge work. In this course, the whole social Kanban experience is simulated in a way that makes practice pulls theory.