Category Archives: Continuous Improvement


We’re often asked how do you convince senior management to accept new agile ideas and strategies.  Examples of such ideas include: Every team is unique and faces a unique situation, therefore the team needs to own and tailor their own Read more…


I recently wrote a detailed article about process tailoring workshops.  In a process tailoring workshop a coach or team lead walks the team through important aspects of the delivery process and the team discusses how they’re going to work together. This Read more…


What is the point of the retrospective? The retrospective is one of the most important ceremonies in all of agile.  This is the time the team spends together to assess how they are working together and define steps to improve Read more…


The Disciplined Agile process decision framework is guided by the following principles: Choice is good, and making informed choices is better.  Every team is a collection of unique individuals that face a unique situation within the context of a unique Read more…


This posting, the latest in our series focused on a disciplined agile approach to continuous improvement, overviews the activities associated with it. The Disciplined Agile (DA) toolkit promotes an adaptive, context-sensitive strategy.  The framework does this via its goal-driven approach that indicates the process factors Read more…


The purpose of the Continuous Improvement process blade is to enable people within your organization to easily share their improvement learnings with one another in a systematic way. There are several reasons why you want to have a continuous improvement Read more…

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