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101 ideas for agile Teams

Welche Ideen und Tipps gibt es, um die Performance von agilen Teams zu verbessern? Hier eine Liste mit 101 Ideen, die ich in Workshops und während der Arbeit als agiler Berater und Trainer gesammelt habe.

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Wichtig. Auf einen Blick. Cheat Sheet «Clean Architecture».

Das Cheat Sheet «Clean Architecture» zeigt eine kompakte Sammlung von Methoden, Aspekten und Checklisten zum Thema Architektur in agilen Projekten. Es ist ein Hilfsmittel für Architekten und Entwickler, um wichtige Architekturthemen nicht zu übersehen.  

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Wie Hund und Katze: Legacy Code und Agil

Artikel von Urs Enzler im Sybit Agil Nr. 14  «Wie Hund und Katze: Legacy Code und Agil» als pdf lesen. Legacy Code verdient viel Geld. Legacy Code steckt in vielen Systemen, die zwar in die Jahre gekommen, aber immer noch … Continue reading

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Effective teams: know your code

This is the seventh post in a series about what makes a team effective. Effective means, the team does the right thing to reach its goal. I’ve seen several projects that started well, but after about one year into the … Continue reading

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Effective teams: Good ideas take time

This is the sixth post in a series about what makes a team effective. Effective means, the team does the right thing to reach its goal. A lot of Scrum teams work Sprint per Sprint. They seldom look further ahead … Continue reading

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Effective teams: Always releasable

This is the fifth post in a series about what makes a team effective. Effective means, the team does the right thing to reach its goal. Your code prevents doing the right thing I often see teams that want to … Continue reading

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Effective teams: Fits in my head

This is the fourth post in a series about what makes a team effective. Effective means, the team does the right thing to reach its goal. Not even remotely comprehensible A lot of software is built today by adding feature … Continue reading

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Effective teams: Start with minimal solution

This is the third post in a series about what makes a team effective. Effective means, the team does the right thing to reach its goal. Big steps When we have a goal in front of us, we tend to … Continue reading

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Effective teams: Plan the day

This is the second post in a series about what makes a team effective. Effective means, the team does the right thing to reach its goal. Bad coordination Bad coordination within the team is a major reason why teams are not … Continue reading

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Effective teams: Free Jazz

This is the first post in a series about what makes a team effective. Effective means, the team does the right thing to reach its goal. In free jazz, improvisation is an important part. But the musicians don’t just play … Continue reading

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