Tricia Broderick teaching at Humanizing Work 2016

Getting to Know A4A: Tricia Broderick

Today, we’re getting to know Tricia Broderick, trainer, coach, and Agile For All’s resident conference junkie. You can find Tricia participating in and organizing Agile conferences throughout the year, including Agile2017, where she’s the conference chair. Read More

Two ways of approaching a sprint. Click to see a larger version.

Ask A4A: Long-running Stories

Hi Richard,

My Scrum team has been working on a particular service for over a year. It’s been 20+ Sprints. I’m concerned about the deliverables and the rate at which we deliver. I have just put together some material for my stakeholders. I am pasting those slides here for your review. Do you mind reviewing them and letting me know what you think? That would be very helpful. Read More

Bob Hartman Teaching

Getting to Know A4A: Bob Hartman

Continuing our Getting to Know A4A series, we’re talking with “Agile Bob” Hartman, trainer, coach, and the venerable founder of Agile For All. Read More

Richard Lawrence Teaching

Getting to Know A4A: Richard Lawrence

Today, our Getting to Know A4A series focuses on Richard Lawrence, agile trainer and coach and co-owner of Agile For All. Read More

Peter on trumpet at Humanizing Work 2014, showing how good Scrum is like improvosational jazz

Getting to Know A4A: Peter Green

Our Getting to Know Agile For All series continues. This time, we talk with Peter Green. Read More

Getting to Know A4A: Peter Saddington

Continuing our Getting to Know Agile For All series, today we’re introducing Peter Saddington. Peter is a trainer, coach, and consultant, and our lone team member based in Atlanta. Read More

Carol Conrad and Angie Ham

Getting to Know A4A: Carol Conrad

Agile For All has grown to 11 people now, but many of our readers and clients only know one or two of the team. So, over the next few weeks, we’ll be introducing each member of the team by having them answer some questions and share some photos that go beyond the official bio on the team page.

Today, we’re introducing Carol Conrad. Carol is a member of our operations team and handles many of the logistical details that make our classes run smoothly. Read More

Making Info Visible for Better Decisions

A key part of the ScrumMaster’s or Product Owner’s job is making information visible.* Whether that’s a product backlog, taskboard, cumulative flow diagram, or a one-off visual for a specific need, good visuals lead to better decisions. Here are four principles for doing it well… Read More