I absolutely love nothing more than running Agile retrospectives. It is my thing. It’s the meeting that I look forward to most with every software team that I work with.
Posts Tagged: Agile
It is the end of another productive week at McKenna Consultants that has been all about Agile! We have worked with three Agile clients, received professional acclaim for our Agile work and are all set to speak about Agile at a software development conference!
Congratulations to our Commercial Director, Aaron, who has been nominated for an Agile Award 2014!
It gives me great pleasure to announce that I have been nominated for a UK Agile Award 2014! I am on a shortlist of 3 to receive the “Best Agile Coach or Mentor – Process”, for my work with McKenna Consultants on the EMIS Agile Transformation project. Considering my nomination and the amount of Agile… Read more »
Those of you who have read my articles on Ancient Agile will know that I think that the Agile ideas and principles exist thousands of years into our racial past. The key attributes I think I see in great Agile implementations are:
There has been no rest for the wicked again this week at McKenna Consultants. This week has seen some great progress on on-going projects, new leads and some creative ideas for some fun, festive apps!
We are proud to have sponsored and presented at Agile On The Beach 2014!
We are delighted to announce that our Commercial Director, Aaron, has successfully completed and achieved his Certified Scrum Professional accreditation from the Scrum Alliance. This will now be presented proudly in our Harrogate office and sit alongside his Certified ScrumMaster, Product Owner and Advanced Scrum Master accreditations.
We’ve been thinking a lot recently about how to work out if an Agile team is healthy. By healthy I broadly mean happy and productive. It’s not as easy as it sounds. Sick teams will sometimes effectively hide the fact that they are poorly from their managers as they feel that there may be a… Read more »
I spoke at Agile Yorkshire this month on a topic that I have touched on in my blog a few times. “There Is No Agile”