Category Archives: Process


#NoFrameworks

At the XP2019 conference in Montreal I had the privilege of giving the opening keynote.  The title of my keynote was “#NoFrameworks: How We Can Take Agile Back” and if you click on the link you can access my slides Read more…


Small number of choices

A fundamental philosophy of agile is that teams should be allowed to own their process, to choose their way of working (WoW). In Disciplined Agile (DA) we take it one step further with the idea that teams should not only Read more…


Run an experiment

A fundamental philosophy of agile is that teams should own their own process, or as we like to say in Disciplined Agile (DA) teams should choose their way of working (WoW).  Of course this is easier said than done in Read more…


I’m happy to announce that the Disciplined Agile Consortium (DAC) is now working with SEMAT. SEMAT, Software Engineering Method and Theory, is an international community of people, companies, and universities.  Led by Ivar Jacobson, SEMAT is working together to create 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…


This brief article explains our thinking around our terminology choices in the Disciplined Agile (DA) toolkit. It overviews the terminology principles that we follow, discusses why Scrum terminology isn’t appropriate, and maps common Scrum terms to DA terms.   Our Read more…

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