I am glad to announce that I started the Lean On Agile Podcast. It was due for the longest time. The first episode is about Agile Certifications and you can listen to it at Lean On Agile podcast. Lean On Agile Podcast You can also listen to the Lean On Agile Podcast on your favorite… Continue reading Lean On Agile Podcast is Here! + My Top 10 Agile Podcast Recommendations
Agile Coach Camp Canada is very popular this year. The organizers decided to use a lottery style ticketing system. If you have not put your name on it, do it! It reminded me of Google I/O when the tickets were sold out in less than an hour. ACCCA is the Google I/O of Agile, even Agile… Continue reading Alternatives to Agile Coach Camp Canada! or My Recommended List of Conferences, Un-conferences, Local Meetups and More!
ٖٖٖ#AgileLunch is entering its third year in a week. It has been a very insightful journey. We met every last Friday of the month for the past two years, no exceptions! This couldn’t have happened without the help of the innovators, and early adopters. We continued to evolve when the early majority decided to be… Continue reading Agile Lunch Community
I received KMP designation from David J Anderson, Chairman of the LeanKanban University. I completed a training program (KMP I, and KMP II) to design, launch, and operate an improvement initiative using the Kanban Method and is accepted by Lean Kanban University as a Kanban Management Professional (KMP). KMP: KMP II: Kanban Management Professional course, following completion… Continue reading Kanban Management Professional – KMP LeanKanban
I attended “KMP II: Kanban Management Professional” course in November 2018. I received “KMP” designation from LeanKanban University as a result of attending and successfully finishing the training. LeanKanban is introducing their approach as the alternative path to agility. If you are interested, this is how LeanKanban defines Kanban Kanban is a method of organizing… Continue reading KMP II: Kanban Management Professional – LeanKanban
Everyone has an idea of what Agile is and what it will look like. It depends on their journey, what they knew before introduction to Agile, where they want to go with it, what they like about it, how they are using it and so many more factors. Some people might not even use it… Continue reading Whatever Agile Is, It’s Not Religion!
Introducing Simple Lean Coffee Flowchart V1.0, what I have created for describing Lean Coffee to engineers, including myself, and others. This is a simple version of Lean Coffee. There is no dynamic time allocation happening. I will create another one for that reason. Lean Coffee is a very basic way to manage a discussion, get together… Continue reading Simple Lean Coffee Flowchart
Have you ever been in a meeting that was a complete waste of time? Have you ever wondered how did that happen? Why did such meeting take place? Have you ever heard that meetings are not effective and we should avoid them? Being in the software world for quite a while, I can assure you… Continue reading Effective Yet Effortless Meetings, Introducing Better Meetings Canvas!
I attended “KMP I – Kanban Foundation and System Design” course in February 2017. I received “KMP I” designation from LeanKanban University as a result of attending and successfully finishing the training. LeanKanban is introducing their approach as the alternative path to agility. If you are interested, this is how LeanKanban defines Kanban Kanban is a method… Continue reading Kanban Foundation and System Design (KMP I), LeanKanban
I attended “Scaled Agile-Leading SAFe” course instructed by Jerry Doucett offered by Berteig in October 2016. I received “SAFe Agilist” designation from Scaled Agile as a result of successfully completing the course, its requirements and taking the test. I passed the test on my first attempt. You can find more details about this course at… Continue reading Scaled Agile, Leading SAFe – SAFe Agilist