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  2. […] Why Size? Written by: Thomas M. Cagley Jr. […]


  3. […] 365 Day Picture and Process Improvement Project: Day 1 – Uncertainty Written by: Thomas Cagley […]


  4. […] Agile and Risk Management, Part 1 Written by: Tom Cagley […]


  5. […] Daily Process Thoughts: Coach or Manager? May 20, 2013 Written by: Thomas Cagley […]


  6. […] Cognitive Bias, Daily Process Thoughts, July, 8 2013 Written by: Thomas Cagley […]


  7. […] Biases and Behaviors, Daily Process Thoughts, July 10, 2013 Written by: Thomas Cagley […]


  8. […] Agile Testing: Flow of Testing, Daily Process Thoughts, July 30, 2013 Written by: Thomas Cagley […]


  9. […] Distributed Agile: Communication, Daily Process Thoughts Written by: Thomas Cagley […]


  10. […] Attributes of Weak and Strong Leaders, Daily Process Thoughts Written by: Thomas Cagley […]


  11. […] Scrumban: Postmodern Agile? Written by: Thomas Cagley […]


  12. […] Systems and Systems Thinking Written by: Thomas Cagley […]


  13. […] Agile User Acceptance Testing: What, Who and Why… Written by: Thomas Cagley […]


  14. […] Scrum Master: Facilitator or Enabler? Written by: Thomas Cagley […]


  15. […] Adding #NoEstimates to the Framework Written by: Thomas Cagley […]


  16. […] Building A Backlog: Notes On Observing For Gathering Requirements Written by: Thomas Cagley […]


  17. […] Communities of Practice Written by: Thomas Cagley […]


  18. […] Making Tangible The Intangible Written by: Thomas Cagley […]


  19. […] Agile Risk Management: Dealing With Complexity Written by: Thomas Cagley […]


  20. […] Agile Risk Management: The Need Still Exists Written by: Thomas Cagley […]


  21. […] Agile Risk Management: A Lean Process Written by: Thomas Cagley […]


  22. […] Agile Metrics: A Simple Framework Written by: Thomas Cagley […]


  23. […] Training Strategies for Transformations and Change Written by: Thomas Cagley […]


  24. […] Training Strategies for Transformations and Change: Active Learning Written by: Thomas Cagley […]


  25. […] Training Strategies for Transformations and Change: Experiential Learning Written by: Thomas Cagley […]


  26. […] DevOps Primer: Three Major Goals Written by: Thomas M. Cagley Jr. […]


  27. […] Budgeting, Estimation, Planning, #NoEstimates and the Agile Planning Onion Written by: Thomas Cagley […]


  28. […] What are Cognitive Biases? Written by: Thomas Cagley […]


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  30. […] The Definition of Done: Simplicity and Complexity Written by: Thomas Cagley […]


  31. […] You Are Not Agile . . . If You Do Waterfall Written by: Thomas Cagley […]


  32. […] Scaled Product Owners: Nuances in Application Written by: Thomas Cagley […]


  33. […] The Role of Stories In Presentations, or The Two Reasons to Use Stories As A Presentation Tool Written by: Thomas Cagley […]


  34. […] Storytelling A Tool For More Than Just Presentations Written by: Thomas Cagley […]


  35. […] Beginning Agile : Types of Listening Written by: Thomas Cagley […]


  36. […] Metrics: Four Types of Productivity Written by: Thomas Cagley […]


  37. […] 3 Requirements For Using Storytelling To Generate The Big Picture Written by: Thomas Cagley […]


  38. […] Beginning Agile Efforts: 4 Critical Factors For Team Dynamics Written by: Thomas Cagley […]


  39. […] Two Teams or Not: Courage and Flexibility Written by: Thomas Cagley […]


  40. […] Five Different Management Styles Written by: Thomas Cagley […]


  41. […] Agile Risk Management: Recognizing Risks Written by: Thomas Cagley […]


  42. […] Systems Thinking: Habits Of A Systems Thinker Written by: Thomas Cagley […]


  43. […] Systems Thinking: The Pros to Offset the Cons Written by: Thomas Cagley […]


  44. […] Product Owners Role in Team Culture Written by: Thomas Cagley […]


  45. […] Mastering Software Project Management: Best Practices, Tools and Techniquesの著者であるThomas Cagley氏は昨年,チーム構成の安定化によるトップダウン的干渉が存在する場合に,アジャイルシナリオに起こり得るチームの問題について記事を書いた。その中で氏は,アジャイルは“チームが安定していて,スプリントあるいはイテレーション中はメンバシップや注目点は変化しない”という基本的前提の上に構築されている,と指摘する。その上で氏は,チームメンバ間の関係の重要性を説くと同時に,チームが変更されればチーム内の人間関係も変わることを指摘して,次のように述べている。 […]


  46. […] Three Requirements for Effective Incremental Change Written by: Thomas Cagley […]


  47. […] Story Telling Techniques: The Premortem Written by: Thomas Cagley […]


  48. […] Asking Questions: A Coach’s Super Power or Kryptonite Written by: Thomas Cagley […]


  49. […] Iteration Planning Meeting: Simple Checklist Written by: Tom Cagley […]


  50. […] Leadership: A Cycle to Deliver Transformation Written by: Thomas Cagley […]


  51. […] Resistance to Change Is Inevitable Written by: Thomas Cagley […]

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