The future of Agility 2/2. – Product thinking

On 22 and 23 September the first Agile Get-Together glocal Agile conference took place in Budapest and thanks to online streaming worldwide, organised by Sprint Consulting and UST. The main sponsor of the event was Morgan Stanley. The conference keynote speakers Diana Larsen, Linda Rising…

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The future of agility 1/2 – Leadership soft skills

On 22 and 23 September the first Agile Get-Together glocal Agile conference took place in Budapest and thanks to online streaming worldwide, organised by Sprint Consulting and UST. The main sponsor of the event was Morgan Stanley. The conference keynote speakers Diana Larsen, Linda Rising…

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About Motivation 3.0

In a comment on our previous post “Team morale in agility“, we received criticism for mentioning the issue of salary increases when discussing morale.

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Management meeting, CEO presents from laptop

Team morale in agility

The sentence analysed in the previous post continues; the full sentence reads “If you carry this way of working on for months or years, you get a lot of technical debt and you get low morale”. The second part of the statement is particularly interesting…

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Agile training coordination team brainstorms on courses using sticky notes

Eliminate technical debt, we can help!

“If you carry this way of working on for months or years, you get a lot of technical debt …” says the article analysed in our series on agile methodologies. A major shortcoming of the paper is that it only states, but does not justify;…

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Agile consultants meet at the office of Sprint Consulting

Introduction to the BCG matrix

Although the agile movement is product-centric, for a long time it focused on a single product. This is also the case with the most widely used agile methodology, Scrum, which can be a great framework for a product development team, but its shortcomings can become…

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All-company meeting, the CEO presents with colorful sticky notes

SWOT analysis: concept, essence, preparation

A common mistake in agile transformations is that the organisation gets so caught up in making changes and changing that it fails to recognise the values it should be preserving as it changes. As a result, transformations will not only be more costly than necessary,…

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Agile transformation experiences

On 22 and 23 September the first Agile Get-Together glocal agile conference, organised by Sprint Consulting and UST took place in Budapest and thanks to online streaming, worldwide as well. The main sponsor of the event was Morgan Stanley. The conference provided a valuable overview…

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Leadership competences in Agility

The classical theory of leadership, honed over a century, has been enriched with new characteristics, techniques and insights with the rise of Agility. What is the difference between a manager and a leader? When and how is it recommended to lead teams with different levels…

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Agile Principles: Change vs Product Design

In addition to customer satisfaction, an important central idea of agility is to prepare for change. As a customer, as a client, this is perhaps the most attractive proposition of agility, but on the development side the idea that requirements can change late in the…

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