As a follow up to my previous micro-blog on Agile Australia 2014 (You are your Process – Jim Benson), I thought I’d share another valuable and enjoyable talk I attended on Day 2 of the conference.
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As Agile software development becomes increasingly popular there’s still a common misconception that it requires no planning. And yet a study undertaken by VersionOne discovered that 30% of respondents are actually worried about Agile’s lack of up-front planning
Management experts have long been trying to study the behaviours of high performance teams, hoping to distill their insights into a magical recipe for leadership success. One of the most famous studies is Tuckman’s Model of Team Development, which identifies a set of stages (Forming, Storming, Norming, and Performing) that teams need to pass on the way to optimal performance – and some of the barriers to progression.