91 Search Results for agile


Product Culture Marty Cagan

Scaling Agile FAQ

Recently I published an article Revenge of the PMO that argues against a particular framework for agile at scale known as SAFe.  This was a bit unusual for me in that I normally don’t like to write much about process...

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Product Development Process Marty Cagan

Beyond Lean and Agile

I have been working exclusively with technology product teams now for a full 35 years, and I’ve seen countless processes, methodologies and techniques come and go.   In large part that’s the nature of the beast.  People are always searching...

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Product Marty Cagan

Selecting An Agile Coach

I should have written this article many years ago. Starting around 2004 and 2005 I began seeing an increasing number of teams moving to Agile, and of course the first thing they needed was training and often some coaching. However,...

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Product Marty Cagan

Dual-Track Agile

When I first start working with an Agile product team, one of the most common situations I find is where the teams have long and frustrating Sprint planning meetings because backlog items are poorly defined and not well understood; they...

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Product Marty Cagan

Product Strategy in an Agile World

Recently I spoke with a team of very frustrated Scrum engineers. They were frustrated because they felt like all they were doing for the past year was chasing features and that the product manager really had no clue where they...

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Product Marty Cagan

Product Management in an Agile Environment

Many software product teams are either currently experimenting with Agile methods, or have recently moved. I have written elsewhere about the benefits of Agile methods, including Scrum and XP, but I wanted to highlight here the keys for product management...

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Product Marty Cagan

The Origins of Agile

If your engineering team hasn’t already moved to some form of Agile methods (like Scrum or XP), then it’s likely they’re at least considering it. Agile really does attack some key problems that have plagued software teams for decades. But...

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Product Marty Cagan

Agile Development Processes

Many product development organizations have been experimenting with what has become known as “Agile Software Development” methods, the most popular of which at the time of this writing is known as “Extreme Programming” (XP) but there are several others including...

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Product Marty Cagan

Coach The Coaches NYC

You may know that last month we conducted a Coach the Coaches session in London.  We have decided to follow that up with one other session, this time in New York City.   While the London session was just for coaches...

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Product Culture Marty Cagan

Transformation Defined

By Jon Moore and Marty Cagan There are so many anti-patterns when it comes to transformation.  Many of us have witnessed failed transformations, but few have witnessed true successes.  Which makes the lessons learned from successful transformations unusually valuable.  We...

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Product Transformation Christian Idiodi

The Freedom to Grow

By Christian Idiodi Every transformation is different–but also the same. Confronted by competitors that are more agile and innovative, every company undertaking a digital transformation needs to move from the past into the future–from business as usual to business conducted...

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Product Culture Marty Cagan

Types of Product Coaching

When I announced the experimental Coach the Coaches session in London in May, I really didn’t know what level of interest to expect, but the demand has been remarkable and very encouraging.  I was worried we wouldn’t be able to...

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Product Teams Marty Cagan

Becoming a Truly Agile Team

Marty Cagan joins Ryan Glascow on People Driven Products to define the true meaning of “agility” and how empowered product teams can work together to deliver innovative solutions to customer problems.

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