Pretty much nothing, would be the short answer to the question above. Those are however very popular as content requests that I receive (about 1-3 per week, on average) for the podcast, where some listeners are asking to clarify what Cryptocurrency is, in simple terms. I feel like the Agile “news” are a bit slow by definition – we are just all doing our little jobs out there, championing the cause, don’t we? – so decided to accommodate this request and invite a guest on the show this week…
After a long break I’m back to posting a quick summary of the latest podcast episodes, for those of you who prefer “show notes”-like summary instead of (or in addition to?) jumping straight into audio.
On this 24th episode of the Lean and Mean Agile Podcast I’m reviewing Atlassian JIRA – an extremely popular Agile Collaboration tool, at least among the Australian companies that deal with development and delivery of Digital Products.
What makes JIRA great? What are its defining high level features?
As discussed on the recent Podcast Episode #8, there’s no one size fits all approach to constructing Kanban boards.
If you embrace the core principles of Kanban, you should start with visualizing your current process, or Flow of Value through your specific System. Your Kanban Board should be designed to reflect that flow of work (producing Value in the end) as closely as reasonably possible.
If you had to remember one thing about Kanban, it probably should be – visualise your current flow of work, and then seek ways to improve it as time goes by.