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All scaling frameworks are wrong

Scaling frameworks are all the craze in the enterprise software industry today. No matter what framework your expensive management consultants try to sell you, beware that there is no framework that auto-magically transform your enterprise…

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Design your organisation for agility

Working agile and designing teams that can transform customer needs and demands into awesome features swiftly is a difficult task. In many cases Scrum and agile training is brought in to an existing organisation in…


Scrum as a process bus

Many organisations are rapidly taking Scrum as their core agile framework – this is positive in many ways. The framework is an industry standard that is taught at universities and IT colleges. But there is…



Agile Leadership dogma

Agile Leadership is a mindset that applies to many roles in an organization e.g. Scrum Master, Department Manager, Agile Coach, Product Owner, etc.  In the beginning of the year, I attended a workshop for Certified…


Scrum ordbog

Gunther Verheyen vedligeholder en glimrende ordbog over vigtige begreber fra Scrum. Jeg har i det nedenstående forsøgt at oversætte den til dansk, da jeg over tid har oplevet mange misforståelser. Oversættelse af begrebers betydning: Burn-down…



Agil softwarearkitektur

Agil softwarearkitektur eller ”emerging architecture” er en krævende disciplin inden for softwareudvikling. I sin reneste agile form bør teams efterstræbe at følge ”You aren’t gonna need it” (YAGNI) som beskrevet af Kent Beck i Extreme…


Nexus exoskeleton

One of the trending buzz-words within agile software development is “scaling”. This has been discovered by the gurus within agile processes and we currently see heaps of frameworks popping up. Each of these frameworks pose…


Making Nexus work

I have been involved in a series of experiments and most recently a large scale initiative with Nexus as the backbone. Nexus is a scaling framework for enabling multiple Scrum teams to work together. It…