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Forecasting in agile Projects – Do you get your things done within time and budget?

Well, this sound like a question for classic approaches J. However, I often get asked how could we know in agile projects, or on product level if we get things done in time?   Agile projects are cool and simple,

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My speech about „The future of …“ Collaboration – How agile cooperation models substitute classical client/vendor relationships

Last two days I was at conference ONE and „The future of..“ in Zurich while  I gave a speech about „The future of collaboration: How agile cooperation models substitute classical client/vendor relationships“.-There were several other very interesting speeches about newest trends in technology, biology, culture,

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Why Scrum is that successful – Another perspective

I recently talked with a Scrum Newby about why scrum is that successful and what makes the difference. I explained him that based at an instrument he knew, the task force. A task force is a temporary grouping of best

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Double O Model – How a Product Owner can escape the hungry Beast Scrum

As Richard Stinear mentioned  recently  „Scrum is a hungry Beast, that wants to be feed constantly by Product owner“. Lets see how Product Owner could escape this end-less-loop. Gabrielle Benefield recently published by Twitter the Double O Model (see graph below). As I understood it will be part

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My Talk about distributed Scrum @CodeCamp Romania

Today I held at Developer Conference CodeCamp in Isai, Romania a talk about our experiences in setup and run a distributed scrum. I’d like to share with you some impressions, over 150 attendees came to me speech. While the whole

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Checklist to become a good Product Owner

What does the profile of a good Product Owner cover, what are his duties and how he could achieve those? Image Source: http://inspiretilyouexpire.files.wordpress.com Most of you might know Michael James‘ ScrumMaster Checklist, which already mentioned some tasks regarding improving Product Owner

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When we have a distributed Scrum?

I’d like to present you my personal definition of „Distributed Scrum“. Do not take it too serious. But on the other hand it’s not so wrong too. In discussions with newbie’s about distributed scrum I often notice, that they put it

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Mirko Kleiner is a Blogger, Agilist (Agile Evangelist), Vice President Delivery at youngculture AG, Twitterer, Father of 2 beautyful Sons and Partner of a lovely Wife.

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