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Why Energy Enhancement is Important “Your energy introduces you before you even speak” – I strongly believe in this famous quote and I am writing this article to enhance the positive energy level of every agile team, irrespective of their Read more…


As many of you have noticed we’ve had some problems with this site, DisciplinedAgileDelivery.com, the past month or so.  It began in December when we believe the site was hacked.  To address this we ratcheted up security, which slowed the Read more…


Unconference

We’re holding our first Disciplined Agile (DA) Un-conference in Las Vegas on March 4. This one-day event is $295 USD to attend and should prove to be a great opportunity to share ideas and interact with DA practitioners from around Read more…


Since 2001 we’ve applied the ideas captured in the Agile Manifesto and have learned from our experiences doing so. What we’ve learned has motivated us to suggest changes to the manifesto to reflect the enterprise situations in which we have Read more…


We are excited to announce that the inaugural DA Day virtual conference is taking place May 15th.  Call for presentations is open until April 2nd.  We are looking for short 15 minute presentations on a variety of topics. If you Read more…


  The term minimal viable product (MVP) has achieved buzzword status in recent times and I’m now hearing people throwing around the term MVP almost on a daily basis.  Sometimes they’re using it correctly but many times they aren’t.  Frankly Read more…


I recently ran into The Oath for an Agile Coach.  There are clearly some great ideas in the oath and it would be hard to argue that you wouldn’t want to adopt the advice contained within it.  So I won’t do Read more…


The Lean Enterprise genie has been out of the bottle for some time now, but for most organizations he’s still a long way from granting three wishes   The Lean Enterprise … Enterprise Agility … DevOps 2.0 …  BizDevOps … Read more…


For the want of a whiteboard the vision was lost, For the want of a new vision the release was lost, For the want of a new release the product was lost, For the want of a new product the Read more…


Technical debt is “a concept in programming that reflects the extra development work that arises when code that is easy to implement in the short run is used instead of applying the best overall solution”. Technical debt can be compared to monetary Read more…

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