“Being Agile vs Doing Agile” | NLScrum recap

Brilliant NLScrum meet up yesterday. A lot of people, probably more than initially expected, great food and a lot of interesting conversations in the open space. Hosted at Capgemini, a beautiful location with lots of room (insert open space joke here..).

The program was as following:

  • Opening
  • Keynote
  • Food
  • Open Spaces

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The panacea ( /pænəˈsiːə/), named after the Greek goddess of healing, Panacea, also known as panchrest, was supposed to be a remedy that would cure all diseases and prolong life indefinitely. It was sought by the alchemists as a connection to the elixir of life and the philosopher’s stone, a mythical substance which would enable the transmutation of common metals into gold.

– Wikipedia.org

More and more teams ask help implementing Kanban. Some of them have experience with agile. Others don’t or are just starting. The experience a team has is usually not that important to me in this stage though. Here’s why: Continue reading Panacea