The most important part of Agile Software Development is the Agile Manifesto. Whenever I start working with a new team, I always start with the Agile 4 values and 12 principles from the Agile Manifesto. Agile Manifesto Card Activity I came across a great activity created by Samantha Laing and Karen Greaves of Growing Agile … Continue reading Agile Values Activity and Poster
I was fortunate to attend Agile India 2019, hosted in Bangalore. It is Asia's largest and first international conference on leading edge software development methods. Agile India is hosted by Agile Alliance and organized by Agile Software Community of India, a non-profit registered society founded in 2004. Their Vision is to evangelize new, better ways of building products … Continue reading A Sketchnoter’s Guide to Agile India 2019
Angie Doyle (Linkedin | Twitter) and I were honoured to be accepted to Agile India 2019. Exploring India We did some exploring before the conference and were inspired by the culture, colours and people. We went on an excellent tour to Mysore with Unventured. A trip to Bangalore wouldn't be complete without a visit to markets … Continue reading Agile India 2019 – Building an intentional team culture
Angie Doyle (Linkedin | Twitter) and I were selected to present at Agile2018 this year in San Diego. Our workshop focussed on effectively lifting off (or forming) high performance teams. Why is team lift-off important? We believe in the power of aligning teams upfront through conversation - ensuring that we are focussed on creating an … Continue reading Agile 2018: T-minus 10… 9… 8… We have Lift-off!
I attended the Agile Africa Conference with my company, IQ Business, on Monday and Tuesday this week. It's always great to meet others in the field and listen to some amazing thinking from South Africa, Africa and abroad. As you may have guessed, I spent every talk sketching live (my fingers are a bit sore) and it … Continue reading Agile Africa 2016 – A sketchnote goldmine!