Here is the set of slides from my presentation on the use of the Skills Matrix to help launch Agile teams. This was first presented at AgileTO in March 2016.
And the video on YouTube:
The Scrum Myths videos have been popular and I’m very happy with people’s comments about the videos. I’m going to be making an even more extensive new series for publication in just a few weeks.
Unbeknownst to me, the videographer, my brother Alexei Berteig, created a bloopers video from some of the many, many, many, MANY mistakes I made while making the videos. I hope you will watch it…. but I strongly recommend taking a look at one or two of the “good” videos first. Try these:
Now, without further ado, here is the Scrum Myths Bloopers video:
Agile Advice was started in 2005. In ten years, we have published over 850 articles (an average of just about 2 per week!). Here are some collections of the ten “best” articles. I hope you enjoy looking back at (or discovering for the first time!) some of the things that have made this such a great joy for me.
Ten Most Popular Agile Advice Articles
Ten Most Commented Upon Agile Advice Articles
I also want to acknowledge that there are a number of other contributors to Agile Advice besides me (Mishkin). These contributors are all experts, all have great experiences, and all are fantastic people to know. I’m grateful for their contributions since they have all made Agile Advice a better place to browse!
Five Most Frequent Contributors (of Articles, besides Mishkin)
Plans for the Future – Five Top Ideas for Series
On Tuesday Dec. 2, Mishkin Berteig will be speaking about The Agile Enterprise and the five different approaches to implementing Agile at the enterprise level. The talk will also include some details about two frameworks used at the enterprise level: SAFe (Scaled Agile Framework) and RAP (Real Agility Program).
This talk is hosted by the South Western Ontario chapter of the PMI.
Well, last spring I announced that I was going to be publishing a collection of the best Agile Advice articles in a book. I managed to get an ISBN number, got a great cover page design, and so it is almost done. I’m still trying to figure out how to build an index… any suggestions would be welcome!!! But… I’m hoping to get it published on iBooks and Amazon in the next month or two. Let me know if you have any feedback on “must-have” Agile Advice articles – there’s still time to add / edit the contents.
There are six major sections to the book:
The book will also have a small collection of 3 in-depth articles that have never been published here on Agile Advice (and never will be). The three special articles are:
Again, any feedback on tools or techniques for creating a quick index section on a book would be great. I’m using LibreOffice for my word processor on a Mac. I’m cool with command-line tools if there’s something good!