Category Archives: Agile

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What is business value? By Renatio

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In analogy with Charles Darwin’s survival of the fittest, we can state that for companies it not the strongest that survives, nor the most intelligent. But the ones most responsive to change! Agile methodologies such as Scrum are all about generating value for organizations. But few people are able to define ‘value’ into something that’s […]

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Agile Explained for dummies by Renatio

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You might have noticed, but lots of our posts are talking about Agile. While we emphasise all sorts of aspects, we realized we actually never really explained what agile is about.   We’ll rectify that….   Many people believe agile to just be ‘the latest management fad’. Very often they scoff at the idea of […]

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Renatio Hourglass approach: your solution in response to a crisis never seen before!

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How to kick start digitalization in the last six months of 2020? The lockdown has accelerated digital transformation to an extend that exceeds even the digital capabilities of key players in the market. Questions you need to ask yourself: How do you pick up the pace and stay ahead? Is your IT able to deliver […]

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Project estimates in agile by Renatio

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Agile methodologies are aimed at delivering value as fast as possible. When transitioning towards business agility, we faced some (common) issues. In a series of episodes we are sharing our experiences in solving these obstacles. Featuring in this episode: “Delivery dates imposed by management” I want to be updated when the next publication is released: […]

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Difficult arguments against agile by RENATIO

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Agile (with a capital “A”) has been gaining popularity, has been trending even. Many companies have done their explorative steps. Some at larger scale than others. It appeared that agile had won in global acceptance. In recent years, more and more Agile hate articles are appearing online, and it actually even seems to become a […]

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The need for agile craftsmanship (Pt 4 / 4)

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The need for agile craftsmanship: Episode 1: The need for agile craftsmanship Episode 2: Agile groundwork   Episode 3: The Melvin attitude Episode 4: The pleasant way Episode 4: The pleasant way CHANGE MANAGEMENT People go through 5 phases of resistance to change. In the first step of denial, our Melvin is in a meeting […]

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The need for agile craftsmanship – (Pt 1 / 4)

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The need for agile craftsmanship: Episode 1: The need for agile craftsmanship Episode 2: Agile groundwork   Episode 3: The Melvin attitude Episode 4: The pleasant way EPISODE 1: THE AGILE CRAFTSMANSHIP When using “agile” in publications and discussions, it turns out to generate a lot of emotions. The audience seems to be divided into […]

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The need for agile craftsmanship (Pt 2 / 4)

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The need for agile craftsmanship: Episode 1: The need for agile craftsmanship Episode 2: Agile groundwork   Episode 3: The Melvin attitude Episode 4: The pleasant way Episode 2: Agile groundwork In the previous episode, we outlined the agile groundwork. Agile-on-speed teams do not go through this stage of groundwork. It requires boots on the […]

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The need for agile craftsmanship (Pt 3 / 4)

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The need for agile craftsmanship: Episode 1: The need for agile craftsmanship Episode 2: Agile groundwork   Episode 3: The Melvin attitude Episode 4: The pleasant way Episode 3: The Melvin attitude First Melvin attitude : The others are hell – Increase the Barbarian factor of your meetings The employees of the retail company (of […]

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A reflection on agile coaching by RENATIO

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With Renatio we developed our agile coaching while doing it. We introduced teams into an approach that was focused on 5 key targets : Establish a direct connection with the external user/customer Create truly cross-functional teams Focus on products instead of projects Include product management in the team Introduce design thinking Would one call this […]

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