A List of the Old Blog Posts

“On Anyone Being A Scrum Master”

“Agile Training — Values & Principles Are Essential”

“Agile Encourages the Kind of Employee Companies Claim They Want”

“It All Goes Back to Deming, et al”

“Agile for Non-Software Work”

“Summary of CACM Article on Evolutionary Development and US Gov’t”

“On “Pointing” Stories”

On (Early) Failure (and Iteration Lengths)

“Agile Leadership — More about Agile or More About Leadership”

“Engineering Practice and Bridge Design” from an Old Blog

“Developing Standards with an Open Source Model — Possible? Any Interest?

“What’s your agile methods ‘elevator speech’”

“One of the ‘Something Old’ Variety”

“Defining ‘Agile’”

“Iterative Development Happens in Your Head, not on the Calendar”

“A Mononumerosis Example (and Measurement Scales)”

“An Accountability ‘Scale’ and Agile Teams”

“Why Organizations May be Uncomfortable Getting the Kind of Employees They Say They Want”

“There is No Definition of Agile — Hooey!”

“So why the plural?”

“My Thoughts on Certification (and some related topics)”

“The Problem Solving PM and Agile”

“What If Software Quality Got (Lots) Better?”

“Common Project Risks and Agile Mitigations, Part 1, Introduction”

“Common Project Risks and Agile Mitigations, Part 2, Requirements”

“Common Project Risks and Agile Mitigations, Part 3, Planning & Estimation”

“Common Project Risks and Agile Mitigations, Part 4, Project & Risk Management”

“Common Project Risks and Agile Mitigations, Part 5, Technology”

“My First ‘Agile’ Experience in the Early 80s”

“Common Project Risks and Agile Mitigations, Part 6, Quality & Stakeholders”

“Common Project Risks and Agile Mitigations, Part 7, Everything Else”

“Common Project Risks and Agile Mitigations, Part 8, Epilogue”

“Burndown & Control Charts”

“What do you think of …?”

“’The System,’ ‘They’ and ‘Policy’”

“Deadlines, But No Tempo”

“Letting Them Figure It Out”

“The Agile Manifesto as ‘Immutable, Sacred Text’

“People Don’t Shop for Organizational Change”

A Methods “Discussion/Debate Or What’s a Methodology For?

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