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Efficiency vs Effectiveness in Agile

Learn the difference between effectiveness and efficiency and whether your team can be agile without knowing it in this Unscripted episode, recorded at GOTO Copenhagen 2021 with Aino Vonge Corry, author of “Retrospectives Antipatterns”, Klaus Bucka-Lassen, agile coach and trainer and Preben Thorø, CTO of Trifork.

February 1, 2022

Can Top-Down Agile Work?

In many cases, agile practices have been introduced in organizations starting bottom-up. There is, however, a new trend where management is trying to be the driver of agility. Join the discussion with Malte Foegen, COO at wibas, Luxshan Ratnaravi, agile coach at Bankdata and Mikkel Noe-Nygaard, UX design specialist at Vestas, to understand what changes have to be implemented in an enterprise for such a top-down approach. And more importantly, can it be successful?

October 25, 2022

Expert Talk: What is Agile Sabotage?

Kevlin Henney, an independent consultant, and Fred George, an early adopter of OO & agile development, are exploring the ins and outs of agile transformation. They exchange views on what brings back the joy of programming while still offering companies a competitive advantage. They explore some of the frameworks for dealing with complex problems like Cynefin and agile development. They also talk about what went wrong with Microservices.

November 8, 2022

Agile is Dead – Long Live DevOps?

Agile, Lean, and DevOps are more than buzzwords even though they have taken over the world at different times. The processes and technologies they employed have helped improve the entire world, not just the software world. Klaus Bucka-Lassen, Lars Kruse, and Malte Foegen debate the intersection and cross-pollination between the three worlds with a focus on applying them on all levels in practice in large organizations.

December 6, 2022

Scrum vs. SAFe

There is a lot of buzz about scaling agile at the moment. One of the most popular frameworks when multiple agile teams need to collaborate is the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe). But SAFe has also been labeled as non-agile top down command and control in disguise. What's SAFe about? What problems is it trying to solve? And how agile is it really? Based on practical experience from implementing agile in the enterprise, we make a comparison between a SAFe organisation and a typical project organisation implementing Scrum on team level, so you can make up your mind if SAFe might be useful or the devil in disguise.