We are currently working with a variety of large organizations who are all keen to “go Agile”. Most have a sense of humour about the parallels of implementing Agile to teaching an elephant to dance, but not everyone fully appreciates that, particularly for elephants, dancing involves learning new steps you’ve never attempted before. Read More…

Agile is a methodology that traditionally has been popular with small and medium size organizations and projects, and has recently become much more mainstream in large enterprises. This trend has raised questions around how do you manage your project teams as you scale to larger projects, teams and locations? Do you take the same pattern and process and simply “scale up”? Or do you take a different approach. Read More…

Over the past year, I’ve been reading more and more about the “death” of Agile, particularly as it relates to large enterprises that undertake Agile transformations but do not give the projects enough of a chance to succeed. I worry that failed projects will damage the industry’s perception of Agile.. Read More…

Today, over 80% of organizations that are involved with software development have adopted Agile development practices.[1] As a Marketing Manager for an Agile Software Development company, I’ve seen first-hand the benefits that our clients achieve from implementing our Agile Software Development methodology, i-Proving™. Read More…

Doc Norton opened the conference with a keynote session introducing the topic of Host Leadership and drawing parallels to this style of leadership. He used personal experience of hosting a Euchre party for his community with the intent of bringing everyone together, incorporating a nice mix of traditional and servant based leadership principles. Read More…