Peter Stevens Scrum Breakfast Blog

31-12-2008

That Was the Year That Was

I’ve promisedmyself I would actually take some vacation this week, and fortunatelywith small children in the house, it’s actually possible to doso! So, before the kids […]
22-12-2008

Quick Poll: Who is doing Scrum in the German speaking region?

I often get asked who is doing Scrum in Switzerland (or Germany or Europe…)I am not aware of a comprehensive list, so please add your company […]
16-11-2008

Scrum Breakfast/Dec/Project Lighting Beacons

Once again, we are pleased to welcome to the Scrum Breakfast in Zurich speakers from abroad with real world experience introducing Scrum into large organizations. Christoph […]
05-11-2008

Recommendations

I am always happy when a customer says ‘Thank you’. It’s actually my top objective when I give a course or take on a consulting assignment. […]
26-10-2008

Towards Agile Talking Points [was: Towards an Agile Litmus Test]

Last week, I published a poll which tried to identify criteria for an agile litmus test.  I wanted some talking points to complement the Nokia test […]
22-10-2008

Towards an Agile RFP

Yesterday I attended an open space session at the Stockholm Scrum Gathering on Agile Contracting. My work on creating an Agile Request for Proposal fell on […]
18-10-2008

Quick Poll: A Litmus Test for Agile Development

This summer, I asked how many teams are doing Scrum according to the minimal definitions of the Nokia Test. 74% of Scrum Teams responding are doing […]
07-10-2008

Are there really situations for which agile is unsuitable

Last Wednesday, Dani Tobler of Zühlke gave his take on the virtues of agile and non-agile (i.e. RUP) approaches to product management. Dani brings his experience […]
30-09-2008

November Scrum Breakfast: SwissICT and the Journey to Agile

The SwissICT, largest IT and Communications association in Switzerland, has agreed to support an initiative from Ueli Kleeb, Reto Maduz (to name just of few the […]