Agile. Scrum. Sprints. Retro’s. Time-boxes… When I first joined Nimble all I could see were question marks when phrases like these were thrown around
Thoughts tagged:effective ways of working
What a year! 2019. Wow! It will calm down one of these days, maybe when I retire 🤣
We’re delighted to announce a significant highlight of our action packed summer - launching our third Nimble community in the thriving city of Manchester.
Ironically, I was agonising over that very question whilst drafting another blog when it hit me, the above question is the blog!
This is the first in a series on agile incentives. In it I will take a number of key roles within an organisation, outline the high-level incentives that person has, and then discuss how the adoption of agile aligns with those incentives. I'm going to start right at the 'top' of the organisation: the Chief Executive Officer (CEO).
I’s absolutely no secret that Andrew started what was an interim role with Nimble.
The greatest way to reinforce to us that we’re doing the right things and working in the right way can only be measured by a) whether our customers want to work with us again or b) (and perhaps more importantly to us) that our people want to continue to work with us or come back to work with us.
Wow it’s been a race to the finish this year. Although I’m sure I’ll be a physical wreck once the adrenalines gone and I can’t wait to spend time with loved ones, 2017 has been so fulfilling for growing Nimble and we don’t want it to end!
There are 4 common reasons we struggle to complete user stories...
So.... just short of a year and I'm leaving the Home Office. It's been a really fun, challenging and incredibly productive journey, growing a start up from scratch in the Public Sector.