Archive | May, 2012

Daily Scrum: Not Just for ScrumMasters

I never refer to the daily scrum (or daily standup) meeting as a “status meeting.” The term “status meeting” is too pejorative for most of us. For me it conjures images of sitting around a table with each person giving an update to a project manager while everyone else feigns interest while either mentally preparing […]

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Should Agile Increase Customer Satisfaction?

Interesting question… agile is all about creating a close partnership with the business, and getting them back in the driver’s seat when it comes to product development. You’d think that would lead to greater customer satisfaction, right? In some companies I’ve worked with, the commitment cycle is so out of whack… with developers committing to […]

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Lost. How To Choose Who To Vote For?

I am lost. Or confused. Or at least something non-expert-like. In September we have new elections in The Netherlands. Our current ruling parties cannot work together anymore. I always vote. I think it’s important. As years go by I find it harder to choose which party to vote for. And we have a lot of […]

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HTML5’s Value For Mobile Event Apps

This is a guest post from Krister Ungerboeck, the CEO of Ungerboeck Software International. The most successful event planners have started using mobile technology to more quickly connect with customers and meet their needs. New mobile applications can drive business to their websites and help them provide better service. Yet, current mobile technology has several […]

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