Agile Coaching Network

Empower the team to write great code, developing an Agile mindset, nonfunctional requirements and Agile, and addressing misleading terminology

March 12, 2019 Episode 28
Agile Coaching Network
Empower the team to write great code, developing an Agile mindset, nonfunctional requirements and Agile, and addressing misleading terminology
Chapters
00:00:00
Introduction
00:00:26
Agile Narrative Project: how to empower the team to write great code.
00:20:23
How do you move teams to go beyond agile rituals and really develop Agile mindset?
00:33:59
What is the best practice for nonfunctional requirements in Agile?
00:47:05
How do you address if somebody is using misleading terminology?
00:55:25
Wrap up
Agile Coaching Network
Empower the team to write great code, developing an Agile mindset, nonfunctional requirements and Agile, and addressing misleading terminology
Mar 12, 2019 Episode 28
Agile Alliance
In this episode, we talk about (00:26) a story from the Agile Narrative Project titled "What about the code?" and how to empower the team to write great code; (20:23) How do you move teams to go beyond agile rituals and really develop Agile mindset? ; (33:59) What is the best practice for nonfunctional requirements in Agile?; (47:50) How do you address if somebody is using misleading terminology?; (55:25) Wrap up.
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In this episode, we talk about (00:26) a story from the Agile Narrative Project titled "What about the code?" and how to empower the team to write great code; (20:23) How do you move teams to go beyond agile rituals and really develop Agile mindset? ; (33:59) What is the best practice for nonfunctional requirements in Agile?; (47:50) How do you address if somebody is using misleading terminology?; (55:25) Wrap up.



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Introduction
Agile Narrative Project: how to empower the team to write great code.
How do you move teams to go beyond agile rituals and really develop Agile mindset?
What is the best practice for nonfunctional requirements in Agile?
How do you address if somebody is using misleading terminology?
Wrap up
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