There is no Agility without Product Thinking

Broken Agile

Agile practices have been around a long time, even before they were formalized in the Agile Manifesto (2001). They promise to accelerate value delivery, reduce risk, and better adapt to change. The majority of companies I work with have either adopted Agile practices or are in the process of doing so. They realize that adopting Agile throughout the organization is key

Kanban in architecture

Kanban - team standup

After climbing 436 steps, going through narrow corridors that were designed for maintenance workers and not for the comfort of today’s tourists, and winning a growing sense of dizziness with the increasing height, we reached the top of the dome. The view was magnificent, with the blue sky and the green hills acting as backdrop for one of the most

Being Agile versus just doing Agile

Being Agile versus just doing Agile

In today’s age many organizations are moving towards implementing Agile as their development practice. This is great, and a great step in the right direction. But “doing Agile” is very different from “being Agile” as the right mindset may not be fully adopted. “Doing Agile” means adopting and implementing Agile methodologies, ensuring the development team (and partners) follow the Agile