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steven granesetampa, fl, usa2008-11-17
@sgranese1,977 days
agile & scrum coach (csm, pmi-acp) | software consultant | @tribridge team member | tb rays baseball
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steven granese @sgranese
I remain optimistic about the #TBRays m.espn.go.com/general/blogs/…
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Kent Beck @KentBeck
design is irrelevant for today. it only matters when we want to change the software. therefore, designing is always an act of optimism.
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MLB @MLB
Always something new at the ballpark. Just ask @wilmyers - once he catches his breath: atmlb.com/1hWhSlf #OpeningDay
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Tampa Bay Rays @RaysBaseball
No. 1 of 162 in the books. @DAVIDprice14 was victorious on a glorious #RaysOpeningDay. Rays down the Jays, 9-2. pic.twitter.com/RB2kFdWJSA
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steven granese @sgranese
Discussing #Agile next Tuesday with the Tampa chapter of the International Institute of Business Analysis tampabay.iiba.org/index.php/chap…
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Agile things @Agilething
Agile things is out! paper.li/Agilething/132… Stories via @sgranese @berndschiffer @BenLinders
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Jeff Sutherland @jeffsutherland
More on the plane built with Scrum thebea.st/OPZhQr via @thedailybeast
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Wayne Palmer @waynerpalmer
Agile at Scale requires you to Trust at Scale. There can be no politics or fear in such an organisation / via @henrikkniberg
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Neil Killick @neil_killick
Don't underestimate the power of personal #kanban. Like many other principles, it's immense efficacy belies its simplicity. #pkflow
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Laura Chilcott @wovs
This is a nice slide which smartly sums up the beauty of agile development pic.twitter.com/zQ1ZsMRbWv
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steven granese @sgranese
@KEV_SHINE yep love the analogy. I am sure to steal that one!
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James Saliba @JamesSaliba
"If you have a private office, you may be on a waterfall project"
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steven granese @sgranese
Limit your WIP! @KEV_SHINE: The number of projects your company is busy with at once works exactly the same way windows file copy works.
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steven granese @sgranese
TB Rays spring training facility voted best in baseball 10best.com/awards/travel/…
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steven granese @sgranese
Here are the books that I recommend to those new to #Agile, and are interested in getting started: tribridge.com/docs/default-s…
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steven granese @sgranese
Watch a recorded video of my webinar, "Aligning your Business and Software Development Teams with Agile"
tribridge.com/knowledge-cent…
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steven granese @sgranese
Just became official member of the @AgileAlliance. Registering for #Agile2014. See you all in Orlando.
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Alan Dayley @DayleyAgile
If you regularly have meetings to debate how "resources" can be shuffled to get all the work done on time, #theremightbeaproblem
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Alan Dayley @DayleyAgile
If your team standups regularly contain the phrase "I got pulled off to do..." or "I was interrupted again..." #theremightbeaproblem
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Alan Dayley @DayleyAgile
If during the daily standup the team members give verbal status reports to the same person, in turn, #theremightbeaproblem
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Alan Dayley @DayleyAgile
If there is no team board or story list or any record of the Sprint Plan visual during the daily standup, #theremightbeaproblem
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Alan Dayley @DayleyAgile
If the daily standup suddenly becomes quieter when a manager walks in, #theremightbeaproblem
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Amber Stahn @AmberStahn
Getting management into agile: A sink or swim proposition sdt.bz/68968 via @sdtimes
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steven granese @sgranese
@ginatrapani good luck!
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Adam Myhr @CeridianMN
Taking Agile Back wp.me/p3QQod-5A
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Todd Kamens @tkamens
Mandated #Agile? Knowing something isn't enough to cause #change! People need to #believe it! ow.ly/uWgph
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David J Bland @davidjbland
I'll be dropping leanstartup knowledge at #agile2014 this year with a workshop on Innovation Accounting. You should come :)
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Ian Brockbank @BadgerTaming
The Mark of a High-Performing Team shar.es/BooM3 via @RallySoftware
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steven granese @sgranese
@DouweAttema agreed! Timer helps identify problem of meeting length. Reinforces need to take issues offline or solve some other way
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steven granese @sgranese
Daily Standups taking too long? Use an egg timer to keep everyone focused. #agile #scrum #pomodoro pic.twitter.com/9L614Ysn2U
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Damian Maclennan @DamianM
observation. Two years ago when i told clients "you can automate and ship many times a day" there was disbelief. Now acceptance and "how?"
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steven granese @sgranese
@samlaing an "as-is" analysis of a company's process to create a "to-be" agile transformation plan
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Holly Davis @ProjectDavis
"Everyone's pretending to do agile" @jboogie we need to make the shift to agility rather than prescribing to a methodology #leandaylondon
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steven granese @sgranese
@jchyip yep and sometimes agile just exposes an issue faster, like poor team member or insufficient test data. Forces you to deal with it
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steven granese @sgranese
#agile transformations require old habits to be unlearned @drunkcod: Change isn't about learning. It's mostly about unlearning.
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steven granese @sgranese
@jchyip as in the agile manifesto
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steven granese @sgranese
Often, #Agile doesn't solve a team's problem - it helps expose the problem much sooner and in a truly transparent way.
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James Saliba @JamesSaliba
AGILE News Update: Getting management into agile: A sink or swim proposition ow.ly/2F0Lvl
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VersionOne @versionone
They say the best way to learn is sometimes through failure. I couldn’t agree more. The Agile Coach on Failure: hub.am/1jnn73V #pmot
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Bob Marshall @flowchainsensei
At least 75% of #Agile software development adoptions “fail”, because management adopts the tools and processes, but not the mindset.
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Agile Devs @AgileDevs
Customers Take Notice - Agile works when executed correctly bit.ly/OSX6LW
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steven granese @sgranese
So you want to be #Agile? Start by measuring how fast your business provides feedback to your development team.
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steven granese @sgranese
I love fancy tools, but nothing beats a big whiteboard full of sticky notes #agilecoaching pic.twitter.com/gaZ7pZ3Tv9
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Kanban Tool @kanbantool
How to use #Kanban for #marketing? See the case study: ow.ly/uTaVy #socialmedia
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Håkan Forss @hakanforss
"High-velocity organizations do not focus on getting the work done; they focus on learning how to get work done" - Mary and Tom Poppendieck
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steven granese @sgranese
@aphyr: "Let your junior people make mistakes." Interrupting too soon prevents people from working thru the learning process #agilelearning
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Sandy Mamoli @smamol
Really enjoying talking to the Agile coaches at @Spotify. Word of the day "alignment"
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Danielle Weitlauf @danielletbinnov
Steve Terp, Tribridge, is April's TECH Talk Speaker #constantcontact conta.cc/1gPnVv9
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Karen Greaves @karen_greaves
My talk on Agile Performance Appraisals has been accepted for #agile2014
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Paul Boos @paul_boos
Like this article/interview... forbes.com/sites/steveden… particularly this: "The foundation of execution is co-creation." #agileleadership
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Adam Pisoni @yammeradam
Are you planning and controlling, or iterating and co-creating? If the former, you are probably on a path to death. forbes.com/sites/steveden…
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Paul Boos @paul_boos
@andmcdonagh @PapaChrisMatts @sgranese @pawelbrodzinski agree people matter, so does timely enough feedback; most cases w/f fails at this
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Ben Williams @13enWilliams
Lately we've had a few problems with the distinction between self-organising & self-directing, thinking of it as 'how' & 'what' works for me
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Chris Matts @PapaChrisMatts
@paul_boos Summary. Waterfall is best for complicated contexts, and iterative for complex. #butComplicatedContextsAreRare @pawelbrodzinski
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steven granese @sgranese
Day 1 of attempting GTD using Trello
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David Consulting Grp @DavidConsultGrp
We get it, #Agile is hard. David Herron offers 8 tips for making the transition easier. ow.ly/uB7GB
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Dan Rubin @danrubin
The web and tech 'industries' focus far too much on tools, techniques, workflows, and methodologies, rather than thought and consideration.
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Guy Winterbotham @guywinterbotham
"@GrowingAgile: The only software metric you need…- growingagile.co.za/2014/03/the-on… pic.twitter.com/WKABv8lNMW" practical #cycletime + read the comments
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Michael Bolton @michaelbolton
If you insist you need written requirements to find bugs: notice your customers don't need written requirements to find bugs. #testing
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The Agile Developer @agiledeveloper
How The ScrumMaster Develop a Team: This video describes the role of a Scrum Master and the journey an agile t... bit.ly/1d56dV0
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Scrum Masters Inc. @ScrumMastersCAN
Just because you have a bunch of details doesn't reduce risk

You always realize later the details you had were wrong

#scrum #agile
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Alan Dayley @DayleyAgile
Improvement starts from where you are. Most companies don't know where they are. #Agile is a toolset to figure out where you are.
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Scrum Masters Inc. @ScrumMastersCAN
The PO uses risk to prioritize

High risk stories are done first to get risk out of the system

#scrum addresses the risk early
#agile
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steven granese @sgranese
Go Marauders! @CCCMarauders tampabay.com/hometeam/blog/…
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Jurgen Appelo @jurgenappelo
Replace "agile" with "sport" and you'll see how silly it is to discuss "The Corruption of Agile" "The Decline of Agile" or "Agile is Dead".
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Jim Highsmith @jimhighsmith
New blog post, "Don't "Control" Agile Projects, jimhighsmith.com/dont-try-contr….
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Scott W. Ambler @scottwambler
Anyone who doesn't believe in #agile and #lean is on the wrong side of history.
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The Agile Developer @agiledeveloper
Agile Advice - Working With Agile Methods (Scrum, XP, Lean): “Meet: Scrum”, the Diagram bit.ly/1gVOUkN #agile
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Gojko Adzic @gojkoadzic
new blog post: Kanban in Action book review gojko.net/2014/03/20/kan…
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Yuval Yeret @yuvalyeret
Home after a long but very fruitful @agilesparks offsite. Motivation, learning/growth, story telling, consultative selling #lovemywork
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Viktor Grgic @vgrgic
The reason why architects must code is because architecture is part of mental game called software development.
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Cory Foy @cory_foy
Blogged: The Safety Net of Retrospectives - blog.coryfoy.com/2014/03/the-sa… #agile #scrum #leadership
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Ardita Karaj @Ardita_K
Not everything!! Only the ones with red dot. And those 4 down there not at all! #storymapping planning FTW pic.twitter.com/PSNS1F5gzR
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steven granese @sgranese
My webinar tomorrow at 2EST - Aligning Your Business and Software Development Teams with #Agile tribridge.com/news-and-event…
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Extreme Lean @ExtremeLeanTV
Why Most People Still Don't Get "Lean Startup" buff.ly/1fuhJE9 pic.twitter.com/MtbjDon5D1
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Michael Sahota @MichaelSahota
Love this slide with Evolution of Scrum Master from "Scrum Guy" to "Scrum Mom" to "Scrum Coach" ow.ly/uJgpu
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Tribridge @tribridge
WEBINAR TOMORROW: Learn how #Agile can revolutionize the way you do business bit.ly/1p82PbT #appdev #software #development...
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Joseph Hurtado @josephhurtado
Agile Documentation is not an oxymoron. And readable code is the perfect way to express Agile values. #agile #lean
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Bob Gower @bobgower
Five Ways To Become More Agile And Responsive To Your Customers' Needs onforb.es/PMbGG0 via @Forbes
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AgileBill Krebs @AgileBill4d
Want quality for your team? Pair and refactor, but it's a web of related practices. @gilbroza from @arlobelshee
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Mattijas Larsson @MattijasLarsson
Important tools for teams who want to take advantage off #BDD are typically whiteboards and pens, says @gojkoadzic
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steven granese @sgranese
@iamagile just setup my family kanban board. Some child stole the stickies and apparently signed his name. pic.twitter.com/KSkr2csPTE
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steven granese @sgranese
@iamagile kanban board from a DBA that I coach pic.twitter.com/OXj1XFQgR9
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steven granese @sgranese
@fredvandaele cool kanban board @iamagile
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Listen Loop @ListenLoop
"How to build features people will want" visual notes @ashmaurya keynote at #agileindia2014 pic.twitter.com/AF4v9HN7qT
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Stephan Eggermont @StOnSoftware
Scaling agile: did you try pair programming? It allows you to scale from a team of one to two developers
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agile42 @agile42
Importance of understanding what we're building, marrying lean startup with agile delivery: @davesharrock at #sdec13 ow.ly/qmlWM
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Paul Carvalho @can_test
Great read - "Agile Outside of Software" bit.ly/1ojHC0k by Mike Griffiths #agile #knowledgework
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Stacia Viscardi @AgileEvolution_
Funny question to me last week: "But how can we possibly do agile? We never even mastered waterfall!"
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Stacia Viscardi @AgileEvolution_
@AgileEvolution_ and this is because agile isn't something we "do" - it is something we should strive to "become"
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Woody Zuill @WoodyZuill
#AgileTip: Get good at questioning your own beliefs, practices, and processes. It does you little good to criticize others.
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steven granese @sgranese
Strive to deliver the solution that your customer NEEDS by the end of the project. Not the one they ASKED FOR at the beginning. #agile
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steven granese @sgranese
A good predictive project goes according to plan, a good #agile project builds something different & better than the original plan foresaw
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steven granese @sgranese
#Agile is not a mechanism for success. It’s a mechanism for making failure quickly transparent.
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Jason Yip @jchyip
"Waterfall Is Never the Right Approach" feedly.com/e/htAGDGT_
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Daniel Mezick @DanielMezick
Replace your mandate of #agile practices with a sincere invitation to experiment, and it's a whole new ball game. #leadership #management
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Liz Keogh @lunivore
"User stories shouldn't be about behaviour. User stories should be about *changes* in behaviour." Nice! @gojkoadzic #booster2014
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lisacrispin @lisacrispin
User stories are options, they may or may not work, we may or may not do them. They're options, not commitments. @gojkoadzic #booster2014
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steven granese @sgranese
#agile fortune cookie pic.twitter.com/zUbRZlIhda
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Tribridge @tribridge
Think #Agile #Development=no requirements? You should read our latest blog on Agile misconceptions bit.ly/1d1jqc1 #appdev #software
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