People often use the terms agile and lean interchangeably, as if they are the same thing. They are not. Others assume that if you are doing one then you are doing the other. This is partly true, although they are quite different concepts that come from different sources. While applying lean principles to agile development[…]
Another week has passed, and of course there has been continued sniping against advocates for the Scaled Agile Framework. Yes, you guessed right, this is another rant about why some do not like alternative frameworks.
This week, I passed my Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) Agilist certification, with a score of 89% (46 questions out of 52 right). Whilst I am happy to have added a better understanding of another approach to scaling agility in large organizations, not everyone shares my enthusiasm.
Fed up with the recent negativity around agile methodologies? Between Enterprise Scrum and Scaled Agile Framework? This is my take.