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Larry Apke
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Agile Coach & Agile Expert for more than 6 years & still going strong!
Agile Coach & Agile Expert for more than 6 years & still going strong!

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New post up! The strategies I use to maintain a sustainable pace & make EXCELLENT design, not just good design. Anyone do something different?  #agile  

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New post up! The strategies I use to maintain a sustainable pace & make EXCELLENT design, not just good design 

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Taken at the #Phoenix Scrum Users Group meeting on February 4th and as you can see I am intensely explaining the Cynefin model
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New #Agile principles post up, this is all about the gold standard of communication

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1000 presentation views on #Slideshare, woohoo! 

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Agile failure? A philosophy cannot fail on it's own. That's why you need a Chief Agile Officer! 

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Principle #5! If I had to take exception to any value or principle this would have to be the one. 

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A huge debate rages on in IT these days. There are two rival camps – traditionalists who subscribe to the “waterfall” methodologies and agilists. Most recent evidence suggests that agile methodologies have an edge in project success rates but the traditional methods are still widely practiced and do result in some project successes. There are reasons for the successes of agile and traditional projects that can be explained by complexity theory. This presentation will examine some interesting information about waterfall and agile methodologies and show why complexity theory can help us to predict the relative success (and failure) of applying these methodologies to software development projects.

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