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Diversity and Inclusion – It makes business agility sense

Here are three reasons why diversity and inclusion in any organisation is fundamental to achieving business agility:

Creating propositions, products and services from multiple points of view, means products …

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10 tips for agile teams going virtual

Show your face
Develop trust and engagement in virtual meetings by turning your camera on. It’s much easier to follow along with a conversation and …

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My top five updates in SAFe 5.0

1. Increased Customer Focus
There is an increase in the prominence of the customer in SAFe 5.0, shown by having the customer much more visible on the SAFe Big Picture, …

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Live Virtual Classrooms are here

Our journey
Some time ago, we were delivering a handful of courses every year to a global software company. We would fly out to their sites in places like Munich, …

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Driving change in 2020 – Q&A with our CEO

Can you tell readers about your company and what you do?
Agility in Mind helps organisations improve the way people work together to deliver first class services and products for …

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Why I chose to work for Agility in Mind

Why did you choose to apply for a role at Agility in Mind?
I had referenced Agility in Mind FAQ’s and case studies for some years and always found them …

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Recruitment – we got this

1. Let’s get to know a bit about you
As many organisations do, we have a page dedicated to recruitment.   It tells the reader a bit about what we are …

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Ask a Consultant: QAs in Scrum

I thought this question from a recent Professional Scrum Master delegate highlighted some common issues facing Scrum teams. I’ve reproduced the question with their permission, and answered below.
Hi Duncan,
I took …

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Agile coaches reading list fall 2019

Suggestions from Ed Scotcher
“Invisible Women” – Caroline Criado Cortez
A book all about the gender data gap. The default human has become male – and many things are designed around men, …

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Checklists Save Lives

For many years when teaching these concepts, we have compared this practice to the Surgical Safety Checklist advocated by the World Health Organisation. This was established as a sanity check …

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Who should interview a scrum master?

Am I a bad interviewer?
Despite my attempts and desire to be a good and fair interviewer no doubt my judgement can be clouded by bias. Several different cognitive biases …

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I’m a product owner not a feature owner

“The Product Owner is responsible for maximizing the value of the product resulting from the work of the Development Team.”
The intent behind agile frameworks such as Scrum is …

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