Agile


Agile / The Guardian Podcast

Is Agile Right For Me? This week on The Guardian Podcast with Ryn Melberg, discovering whether or not Agile is the best thing for an organization or not is the subject. Just like anything else, it may not be for everyone. So for the benefit of those considering Agile but who are still a bit unsure about making the plunge, Ryn has answers. The Guardian Podcast...

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Agile / Dev-Ops / The Guardian Podcast

Dev-Ops Transforms Traditional Business For The Mobile/Digital Marketplace and Fast Ross Clanton who is an advocate of Dev-Ops and until recently played a key role driving technology transformation at Target, is the guest on The Guardian Podcast with Ryn Melberg this week. The Guardian Podcast can be heard on iTunes, Soundcloud or at www.rynmelberg.com. With a career in IT development, Clanton first recognized dysfunction in...

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Agile / The Guardian Podcast

Agile & Dev-Ops Ross Clanton. This week on The Guardian Podcast with Ryn Melberg, Ross Clanton discusses his experience with Dev-Ops. Ross Clanton is an accomplished leader with over 16 years of IT experience in the retail industry. Ross is a DevOps enthusiast whose mission is to drive LEAN principles and extensive automation across technology service delivery. He has broad experience in IT operations, engineering,...

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Agile / Scrum / The Guardian Podcast

Agile Transformations Require Unique Leadership Qualities. Recognizing the challenges that accompany an Agile transformation for any company and knowing how to manage them successfully is the topic on The Guardian Podcast with Ryn Melberg this week. The Guardian Podcast is the only program of its type devoted to the subject of Agile, Scrum, SAFe, and rules of corporate governance. SolutionsIQ’s Paul Ellarby is a guest...

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Agile / The Guardian Podcast

Paul Ellarby Agile Transformation Leadership Qualities This week on the podcast Ryn does the interview with guest Paul Ellarby as they discuss the need for and types of leadership for an Agile Transformation. Paul and Ryn share a lot of common experiences in this area. Paul is from the Scrum Alliance and has over 20 years experience in the information technology field. Among many other...

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To know the current state and possibly the future direction of project management, investigating the past can be instructive. On The Guardian Podcast with Ryn Melberg this week, Ryn describes “a brief history of project management” to reveal where project management came from, the present situation, and where it could go. The Guardian Podcast can be heard on iTunes, or Soundcloud. History Historically there have been...

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Agile / The Guardian Podcast

This week during the interview segment we swing back to the world of Agile and Project Management. To know where we are in terms of current project management methods and where we are headed there is no better way than to review where we have been with a brief review of the history project management? Did you know that project management dates all the way...

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Agile / The Guardian Podcast

Agile IT Practice Agile Business Practice; Can Agile Purists Be Satisfied? Is Agile an IT only practice or can it also be a business practice and will so called Agile ‘purists’ ever accept the idea? That is the question Ryn Melberg tackles this week on her weekly ‘The Guardian’ podcast. The Guardian can be heard on Soundcloud, iTunes, or on her web site, www.rynmelberg.com.. Differing...

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Agile / The Guardian Podcast

Is Agile an IT only practice or can it also be a business practice? A focus on specific activities in a set period of time describes a sprint. Does it really matter if someone is writing code or writing product descriptions to call them both sprints? It shouldn’t matter according to Ryn Melberg on her podcast this week. This edition of The Guardian Podcast with...

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Agile

Ten Benefits Using Continuous Integration With Agile.  Imagine a single author writes a book, checks it for grammatical mistakes, plot holes and other gaps prior to submitting that work for publication. It is reasonable to think he will find a handful of problems, but not many. Now imagine there are 8 different authors for that same book, each working separately on individual chapters. At the...

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