Peter Stevens Scrum Breakfast Blog

04-10-2021
CAO Job Descritption (Page 1)

Introducing the Chief Agility Officer

An Agile Transformation restructures the company to optimize for speed and value production. The Chief Agility Officer is accountable.
15-08-2017

Agile is spreading, and management will be the last to know

A few months ago, I watch a stunning video about how bacteria overcome antibiotics. It’s stunning how fast the adaptation can occur! I believe agility is […]
10-07-2014

XM Principle 10: Partner Patterns

Deliveries often rely on third party suppliers, and often they are not yet able to deliver a new product that meets our new specification within a […]
09-07-2014

XM Principle 9: Scaling Patterns

XM scales as Scrum scales, by adding teams. Coordination can occur through the Product Owners, Scrum Masters or Team Members, depending on the scope of the […]
08-07-2014

XM Principle 8: Continuously Deployed Development

Extreme Manufacturing requires going from an idea to a deliverable, working product or service in 7 days or less. How do you produce a new design […]
07-07-2014

XM Principle 7: Continuous Integration Development.

WIKISPEED has team members contributing in 20+ different countries, any time of the day, with variable availability. How does they produce a cohesive, salient product? The […]
10-06-2013

XM Principle 6: Agile Hardware Design Patterns

A pattern is an old idea. A pattern is simple way to represent implicit knowledge about well-known solutions to well-known problems. Patterns were pioneered in architecture […]
07-06-2013

XM Principle 5: Iterate the Design

One frequently asked question for hardware or embedded projects considering Scrum is, “How can we get stuff done every sprint? It takes longer to develop a […]
06-06-2013

XM Principle 4: Contract-First Design

The initial design decision of the WIKISPEED car was that it should consist of eight modules – body, chassis, motor, suspension, interior, etc. Before Team WIKISPEED […]