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Continuous Delivery – Higher speed and higher quality

How Continuous Delivery helped a large organization deliver faster with increased quality A major company in the IT business created an advanced scrum of scrums organisation, but ran into problems with delivery times and quality decay. The...

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Jez Humble – The Father of Continuous Delivery

With the book he co-wrote with David Farley, Jez Humble can be considered one of the founders of the Continuous Delivery movement. In this article, he shares some of the experience he has gained since then. Jez Humble’s first experience with...

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Continuous Delivery – always ready to ship

The Danish consulting company Praqma A/S has developed an appreciated maturity model for Continuous Delivery. Here, co-founder Lars Kruse shares some of his experience and reflections. Ever since the company was founded in Allerød, 25 km north...

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Leanfrastructure – creates infrastructure for fast processes

Is your infrastructure for Lean and Agile as stable as it should be? Softhouse are about to launch a new service that helps customers work in Lean and Agile ways more effectively. The service, called Leanfrastructure, makes it easy to create...

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SAFe – a tool for the BIG enterprises

The SAFe debate goes on (see Lean Magazine #9). Here Eric Schumann, Lean expert at Sellegi, explains why he is a SAFe champion. In our last issue we described the hot debate about SAFe in the autumn of 2013 where a number of well-known profiles...

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Pomodoro technique – fits perfectly inside scrum

Recently, Pomodoro Technique has become increasingly popular among software  developers in the Lean and Agile communities. Kristoffer Nordström...

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Making the product backlog lean

“We have 12,000 stories in our product backlog. How can we best groom it?”, I was recently asked. Trying to deal with a huge product backlog...

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race team illustrating continuous delivery

Continuous Delivery – Higher speed and higher quality

How Continuous Delivery helped a large organization deliver faster with increased quality A major company in the IT business created an advanced scrum of scrums organisation, but ran into problems with delivery times and quality decay. The implementation of Continuous Delivery solved the problems rapidly. The company – a major international player in the IT [...]

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Jez Humble – The Father of Continuous Delivery

With the book he co-wrote with David Farley, Jez Humble can be considered one of the founders of the Continuous Delivery movement. In this article, he shares some of the experience he has gained since then. Jez Humble’s first experience with continuous deployment was working in a startup in 2000: “Me and the CTO would [...]

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Business model generation a matter of death or glory

Business model generation a matter of death or glory

The loop approach as described in our booklet, Agile Inception,  is made up of collaborative workshops. To help you get going, we release a series of workshop facilitation guides. Our very first guide is aimed to give your business model ability a kickstart: http://www.slideshare.net/hakankleijn/business-model-generation-facilitation-guide-ver-10 Keep yourself posted, there is much more to come. The first [...]

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Continuous Delivery – always ready to ship

The Danish consulting company Praqma A/S has developed an appreciated maturity model for Continuous Delivery. Here, co-founder Lars Kruse shares some of his experience and reflections. Ever since the company was founded in Allerød, 25 km north of Copenhagen, Lars Kruse and his colleagues have been researchers in what they call ”The Science of Continuous [...]

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Leanfrastructure – creates infrastructure for fast processes

Is your infrastructure for Lean and Agile as stable as it should be? Softhouse are about to launch a new service that helps customers work in Lean and Agile ways more effectively. The service, called Leanfrastructure, makes it easy to create an infrastructure for existing and new processes, methods and tools which is better adapted [...]

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