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Agile and legislation, paradox or happy couple?

Complexity and technical challenges The Netherlands is a well organized country. We are fortunate to have a strong infrastructure, virtually […]

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Zombie Scrum - how scary is it?

It’s Halloween, a celebration in which the boundaries between the worlds of the living and the dead become blurred. Scary movies with zombies may come to mind, but have you...

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Duplo Scaled Agile Game

The Duplo Scaled Agile game is a short game that illustrates the benefits of organizing in end-to-end feature teams over component teams.

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Three must reads for after the summer

Summertime is the time when I have some extra time for reading. As I have been reading up on Leadership and what it means within an agile context, I came...

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These are the 5 benefits of Scrum

Lately, I have been giving several Scrum training sessions, mostly in-house to non-IT folks. When I start explaining the basics of the Scrum framework to them, they eagerly want to...

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Why true agile transformation requires apex predators

Most of you have probably seen the video 'How wolves change rivers' (it's embedded below). It famously describes how the reintroduction of wolves into Yellowstone national park changes the entire...

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The first international State of Agile HR

The HU University of Applied Sciences in collaboration with Organize Agile, is proud to launch the first State of Agile HR. Organize Agile was inspired by the annual ‘State of...

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Teamtrip to London 2019

This month Organize Agile celebrated her 5th year anniversary. Our founders decided to take the team on a trip to London. It was filled with inspiring visits and meetings with...

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Tackling Crime: how one police unit and prosecutor use Scrum to eat into their backlog of cases

When training Agile Coaches in the Dutch National Police one of them mentioned to me that he had recently started a Scrum experiment at one Police unit, the Common Crimes...