My exploration of “Starter Agile” practices through the lens of Joshua Kerievsky’s “Modern Agile” concludes with this final group of three practices: standup meetings, task decomposition, and cadence-driven retrospective!
Disclaimer: this is my favorite set of practices to critique! Let’s dive in! Continue reading
An exploration of “Starter Agile” practices through the lens of Joshua Kerievsky’s “Modern Agile” continues with: burndown charts, product backlogs, and user stories. Continue reading
After sharing my thoughts on the insights Josh Kerievsky offers us through the lens of “Modern Agile,” I had a few readers request some insight into why I selected certain practices as “Starter Agile.” The comments walked the line between curiosity and concern, the latter being something I want to help alleviate.
Over the next three days, I’ll discuss nine practices and concepts that could be considered outdated as people continue to learn and experiment with Agile. I argue these topics have transitory value for brave folk learning Agile; a good place to get started… but others have discovered better ways exist.
Today’s first set of practices: timeboxes, story points, and velocity. Continue reading