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Agile Engineering Training explained

Many Scrum teams face a great challenge even to comply with the basic premise of Scrum: They fail to deliver a potentially shippable product after every sprint. In our 3-day Agile Engineering Course we teach developers modern engineering practices which complement the Scrum Process.

Often we get the question what do we do in our trainings? Especially how we can help companies which "do" Scrum already. So we decided to create a loose series of blog posts presenting some insights from our trainings :-)

Many Scrum teams face a great challenge even to comply with the basic premise of Scrum: They fail to deliver a potentially shippable product after every sprint. Manual testing takes a long time, bugs fixed once reappear in the next version. During the demo meeting the Product Owner rejects a lot of stories because the team missed too many small issues ...

Latest entries

Interview on Dutch TV

Niels Verdonk explains what Scrum is and how it has helped a customer of agile42, AAFM ...

 

Bridging the Unknown

In an Agile transformation small steps and reassuring inspections of the path ahead are not random ...

 

Article on Agile Leadership in Swiss magazine Computerworld

New article published in the issue 6/2017 of Swiss Computerworld

 

SUGSA Coaching Day in Pretoria

Regina Martins will present at the first SUGSA Coaching Day in Pretoria

 

Managing Work Without Resource Managers

Moving to self-organized teams causes a manager’s role to change focusing on creating a safe-to-fail environment, ...