Follow this | 7 apr. 2011

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How Darth Vader went Agile
About the agile skills of Darth Vader, about the myth of software development progress, and about the ideal workshop. And a bunch of more links about distributed scrum.

 

Agile according to Darth Vader
Well sort of...
http://greatandsmallblog.com/2011/03/07/the-death-star-was-an-agile-project/

Can have a team more than 100 members
About the difference between groups and teams
http://links.visibli.com/share/7afd58

About distributed Scrum and the art of digital facilitation
http://www.scrumology.net/2011/03/30/distributed-scrummasters-update/
Similar vision as the one we held at PMI-event:
http://www.pmscrum.com/blog/2011/04/retrospective-%E2%80%9Cchallenges-when-introducing-scrum-corporate-environments%E2%80%9D-talks

Building the perfect agile workshop
http://agilescout.com/guide-create-the-perfect-agile-workshop
and follow it via:
http://www.pmscrum.com/scrum-training#course4 ;-)

Software development and the myth of progress
The newer, the better?
http://www.johndcook.com/blog/2011/03/28/software-development-and-the-myth-of-progress/