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An Introspective & Call for a Next Level Agile

On a Saturday morning after a run on the beach in Playa del Carmen, I sat down in one of my favorite café and write: I’ve been practicing production and delivery systems and frameworks for “projects” for almost 22 years when we should be writing Products and Services. Yes, although…

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7 Signs Your Backlog is Not Agile & How to Fix it – Episode 40

This Month Coach AF will go through 7 anti-patterns that shows your organization and business owner don’t have a REAL backlog and customer feedback / product development ways of doing things and being agile.  

He also propose 6 real agile ways of doing product management and great backlog management.

For all innovative and High potential Mind out there. Love 🧡

🟠 Want to see Guests and Coach AF?  I am LIVE  Every Friday 12 Noon ET/11hAM Central on 👉🏽 My YouTube Channel   https://www.youtube.com/c/AgileLounge

Other ways to stay in touch with Agile Lounge & Alexandre aka Coach AF https://linktr.ee/agilelounge

Dare Real Agile™ Podcast for Business Agility by Agile Lounge® for Next Level Agility ©2020-2022
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Agile Wars – The Great Split – Special Episode

In this Special Episode I launch a new series to proposed solutions against the Agile Industrial Complex and the Agile Imposition.

Series opening : The Great Split in the agile movement or the divide between those who really want to improve the human condition and elevate others vs those stuck in their ego and selfless that just pretend and fake it.

For all innovative and High potential Mind out there. Love 🧡

What is Enterprise Scrum feat. Mike Beedle – Episode 39 (Full Show)

In this month Episode Coach AF is doing his mission of explaining What is Enterprise Scrum for Business Agility created by Mike Beedle.

For Mike, and for all innovative and High potential Mind out there. Love 🧡

🟠 Want to see Guests and Coach AF?  I am LIVE  Every Friday 12 Noon ET/11hAM Central on 👉🏽 My YouTube Channel   https://www.youtube.com/c/AgileLounge

Other ways to stay in touch with Agile Lounge & Alexandre aka Coach AF https://linktr.ee/agilelounge

Dare Real Agile™ Podcast for Business Agility by Agile Lounge® for Next Level Agility ©2020-2022
We Dare Because We Care!

What is agile?

An agnostic and objective introduction

Agile is one of the big buzzword in the IT and Software development industry, as well as more and more into the entire enterprise.
But exactly what is agile ?

Put simply, agile is philosophy, a culture, a way of working.
Allow me this very core objective and experienciel definition of Agile:
Agile is a set of 4 values and 12 principles that give people, teams and organizations a foundation that will help them to make decisions that results in better software development, products and services delivering a high quality customer experience and satisfaction as well as providing a better world of work with satisfying stakeholders and employee experience.
Inspiration : Mike Beedle and Mark Shead.

Agile Lounge, with its innovative coaching, teaches you better ways to transform your organization and adapt the four Agile Manifesto values and twelve principles, creating a better work experience with your stakeholders IT and business.

17 people, mostly software engineers, got together in 2001 to discuss and share their concerns about the traditional approach to delivering software development projects which were failing far too often, and that there had to be a better way.
They came up with the Agile Manifesto, which describes four important values which are as relevant today as they were then

It says, “We value:
Individuals and interactions over processes and tools
Working software over comprehensive documentation
Customer collaboration over contract negotiation
Responding to change over following a plan
That is, while there is value in the items on the right, we value the items on the left more.

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