Scaling Frameworks

SAFe© – The Program Board, a real life working example

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I promised a picture of the (jokingly) “super duper milestone, feature, dependency board runway” (PB) for our Agile Release Planes (ART) two weeks ago from my amazing uber client people at ESC. Well, here you go.

before the ART 1 and ART 3 PI4 Planning (P4 PIP):

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Defining Velocity for relative estimating teams (Agile)

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Defining Velocity

Let’s define “velocity” in “Agile” (or should I say more accurately relative estimating teams?) terms before we get started so that we have a shared understanding of what the community and thought leaders have to say.

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Dr. Mayner on Scaling Agile in Government

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Jem D’jelal: If you could only let go of agile…

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Reblogged with permission from Jem D'jelal, the original author of
 this content, as a contributor to blogagility.com. Originally published 
on LinkedIn February 2, 2017.

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Preetam De: Defining Done – The Holy Cow Approach

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on The Dark Horse on September 2, 2016.

 

While reading Invest on an Epic Story and get the job Done, there was a discussion about how the done checklist can be formulated with mandatory and optional sub-tasks. This article can be considered as the prequel which forms the basis of that implementation. A question we always come across while explaining how to define Done for a Story is –

 

What is “Done” or “Done Done”? How much is enough?

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Jem D’jelal: Throwing the Scrum Certificate away?

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Reblogged with permission from Jem D'jelal, the original author of
 this content, as a contributor to blogagility.com. Originally published 
on LinkedIn January 20, 2016.

Jem D'jelal Jem D’jelal Coaching individuals & teams to find “better” ways of working.