Wednesday, 13 January 2010

My weekly agile links 11-15 Jan 2010

Wow.. A very active week as you can see by the number of links. This prompted me to start doing #my link of the week. So here's my first ever link of the week:

Carl Sagan - Pale Blue Dot
3 mins and 31 seconds worth sparing for this video. (WARNING: You may spend the rest of the day rethinking your life)

All weekly links:

Simple Scrum - another good article by Tobias Mayer describing the basic Scrum excluding any software development specific terminology

The extended family of Agile A survey, the results of which we have seen in many presentations, so good to look at the actual data.

Agile Coaching Tips by Rachel Davis - a very very good bunch of techniques and advices

The Agile Coach Manifesto - Jason Little's proposal for Agile coach manifesto

Five Disconnects of Organizational Intelligence Demanding Change - RICHARD VERYAR's blog

Defending Leadership an article by by Mike Myatt, Chief Strategy Officer, N2growth

Creating Useful Measures David Joyce on measures for continuous improvement

Mind your business - Marketing your business (very similar values)

Re-thinking Lean Service Inspirational speech full of truths about services by John Seddon

Mike Cottmeyer on Agile Project Management, Building Effective Teams

BDD & DDD - Dan North presents Behaviour Driven Development and Domain Driven Design

Carl Sagan - Pale Blue Dot
[Link of The Week]

“Why Lean and Agile Go Together” on

Theory of constraints for beginners David Draper's blog

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