Reading is one of the most important exercises to stay updated, nourish the mind, develop critical thinking and grow professionally. Whether it is just for 30 minutes a day or an entire afternoon while enjoying the August heat, reading is a good habit not to be missed.
That is why our expert agile coaches have collected some interesting reading suggestions on various agility-related topics, to share with our agile community.
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Start by listening. The transformation assessment.
25 January 2022
A transformation and, more generally, any consultancy work with a client requires an approach that respects the environment. The following article looks at assessment, the Agile Reloaded approach and two real case studies.
Mob programming, a software development practice to reduce release time
22 December 2021
Mob programming is the practice of software development that allows teams to work together on the same task at the same time, place and with a single computer. How does it work? What are the objectives, advantages and criticalities?
For a team, or for an entire area developing projects, Agile is one of the best options available to reduce the risk of doing things wrong, with insufficient quality and out of time or budget. It allows a significant evolutionary leap from previous models.
Decision-making in groups, between the need for consensus and the risk of conformism
24 October 2021
Decision-making processes in groups often oscillate between the need to generate consensus on the decisions taken and the risk of excessive flattening of the opinions generated by team members. Conformity is, in fact, the "dark side" of consensus
Guilds: a space for learning and sharing knowledge
7 September 2021
Guilds are the space and time dedicated to learning and in Agile Reloaded we have been experimenting with them for some time. Why? With what purpose? How are guilds organised and what feedback have we had?