From Here to Continuous Delivery

Situation Normal There's a clear pattern for software development. A pattern of lost opportunity. In most, if not all, places where I'm called in the base question deals with the inability to deliver. Management sees that the plans they have are simply not going to be realised. Business opportunities are lost waiting. Waiting for the … Continue reading From Here to Continuous Delivery

Scaling Agile with Set-Based Design

I wrote a while back about set-based design, and just recently about a way to frame scaling Agile as a mostly technical consideration. In this post I want to continue with those themes, combining them in a model for scaled agile for production and research. Scale In the previous post, we found that we can … Continue reading Scaling Agile with Set-Based Design

Actionable Metrics at Organizational Scale

I recently chaired a session on 'Going from company vision to Actionable Metrics' at the Stoos Stampede conference in Amsterdam. In that session I tried to show some ideas on making the link from an overall company vision, through different approaches to achieve that vision, to concrete actionable metrics allowing teams within a company to … Continue reading Actionable Metrics at Organizational Scale

On Effect Mapping and Pirate Metrics

During the Specification by Example training I talked about recently, Gojko Adzic introduced me to Effect Mapping. He's writing a more extensive booklet on the subject, of which he's released a beta here. I think this is an excellent tool for exploring goals, opportunities and possible features. It can be used as a tool to … Continue reading On Effect Mapping and Pirate Metrics