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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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How Hierarchy prevents Agility

Big projects tend to setup a big project organization, but why?-And is this really supporting agility needed or is it create other risks, that slows down time-to-market?   In my previous blog entry I told you about alternatives how to handle very big

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Veröffentlicht in scale, scrum

Are Scrum Members compatible with line Organization?

Scrum changes working culture of the team members fundamental, or as Henrik Kniberg from Spotify.com said: „Scrum Teams are designed to feel like a mini-Startup“. But is this still compatible with traditional line Organization?   All companies I know, that run Scrum, still have

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Does Scrum generate a Project Overhead?

In project negotiations I’m sometimes getting told that Scrum is not an option at customer side as cooperation model. From Customer point of view Scrum generates a management overhead, by a lot of additional meetings and customer doesn’t have whether capacities, nor won’t pay

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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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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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