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Category: agile

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Scrum visualization – How to get started with sketchnoting as a Scrum Master
Visualization is an important tool for Scrum teams to talk about the same, make decisions, show processes, explain Scrum to […]
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Prioritize and Say No Properly – A First-Hand Report
In one of our last articles, we went into more detail about the success story of our service team. Today, […]
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Kanban Set Up Guide
E-T-A has been using lean in production for years – and is expanding its capabilities with agility. As part of […]
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Descaling instead of scaling: Why scaled agility should simplify the organization.
  More cheese, more holes More holes, less cheese More cheese, less cheese Is this paradox cheese? Possibly. And is […]
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How do you “scale” agility? An interview with Malte Foegen.
How do you decide which agile approaches to take out of the agile toolbox when it comes to creating an […]
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Agile Myths: User Stories – a mandatory format for Scrum Teams?!?
The User Story format is often used by Scrum teams to document requirements. It’s a short syntax that sounds totally […]
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Agile Myths: Agile Solves all my Problems
 Agility – the solution to all problems: We no longer run over project time and budget, our clients are always […]
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Agile myth: Writing user stories is Product Owner work
Again and again I am confronted with the statement that only the product owner writes and prioritizes user stories. The […]
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Agile Myths: Agility equals Scrum?!?
As is commonly known, there are many myths surrounding the definition of agility. Today: Agile equals Scrum.
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What is agility, anyway?
Time and again, customers ask us what is actually “agility”. Malte Foegen describes the term “agility” very aptly in one […]