Agile

August 2nd, 2021, by
Document everything

Documentation is everything. It’s not just something you do after your project is designed and done. No, it’s something you should be doing from the start of your project.

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March 10th, 2021, by
Why corporations are lagging

When agile rose, everyone needed to do agile. When cloud became popular, every company tried/tries to go to cloud.

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February 25th, 2021, by
Collective intelligence to serve a product goal

In November 2020, a new scrum guide has been proposed. The mean pillars of agility remain the same, but the guide evolves to take in account the notion of product goal and enhance advices on multiple scrum teams working together on a product. We can speak about a product-centricity philosophy.

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January 28th, 2021, by
When did you last have a Netflix and chill moment with your CI/CD pipeline?

I’m sure there is a metric somewhere on the internet that shows the number of times per day people talk about the importance of having a CI/CD pipeline and how it is a key (and it is ) part of an Agile/DevOps approach to doing things faster.

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September 18th, 2020, by
Bad Workmen II

Just as we have CognitiveQA to help with metrics, Sogeti’s expertise in Transformation can help keep teams on the right track to make the transformational change effective and permanent.

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September 10th, 2020, by
Enabling Agility and Quality in large product organisations

How can a useable approach be defined that preserves a high degree of agility and flexibility while still retaining the benefits of commonality in specific areas?

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August 20th, 2020, by
How to improve Quality in the Agile world?

Defect turn around time is most important in quality engineering journey to achieve the best quality MVP. In the case of distributed agile, it's challenging to get all details for a defect.

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July 23rd, 2020, by
Bad Workmen

At Sogeti, we agree that agile projects are driven by People, Process, and Tools. Yet we don’t rush to tools as we know that you need the cultural buy-in from people to achieve success, and that means identifying the ways of working those people want to follow, or the processes they need.

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July 22nd, 2020, by
Defining Antifragility

The financial crisis of 2008, the dotcom crisis of 2000 and the current crisis of 2020, all highlight the need for organizations to become resilient or even antifragile to survive (unexpected) external stressors so that they continue to remain significant for their stakeholders.

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July 9th, 2020, by
Agility and organizational complexity, beware of the present

If you want to embrace a resilient purpose proposition, an agile organization is needed. Perhaps that involves an organizational change.

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July 2nd, 2020, by
A strong purpose proposition requires agility and resilience

Even then, unforeseen circumstances will shake your organization’s foundations. So, prepare, react, recover and reimagine

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May 25th, 2020, by
Virtual office for real collaborative and high-performance IT delivery

In these times, we experiment with the necessity to create decentralized and multi-location places to work, without a step down from the main ingredients for real collaborative teams: communication, sharing, automation…

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