Category Archives: Context


With some basic agile training and help from an agile coach it can be relatively straightforward to enable several teams to be able to produce increments of consumable software every two weeks.  Unfortunately many organizations stop there, believing that they are “now agile”. Read more…


When a disciplined agile project or product team starts one of the process goals which they will likely need to address is Explore Initial Scope.  This is sometimes referred to as initially populating the backlog in the Scrum community, but as Read more…


When we describe DAD we remind people that it is not another agile method as we clearly have enough of those already.  Rather, DAD is a process decision framework that enables better decision making when customizing approaches for adopting agile Read more…


The Software Development Context Framework (SDCF) defines how to select and tailor a situation-dependent strategy for software development.  The SDCF is used to provide context for organizing your people, process, and tools for a software-based solution delivery team.   Figure 1 below depicts how Read more…


One of the claims that we make in the Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD) book is that DAD provides a solid foundation from which to scale agile.  In this blog posting I thought I would expand upon that idea. Figure 1 Read more…


In this posting we explore the goal-driven aspect of the Disciplined Agile (DA) toolkit.   This goal-driven approach enables DAD to avoid being prescriptive and thereby be more flexible and easier to scale than other agile methods.  For example, where Scrum prescribes a value-driven Product Read more…

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