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Bridging the Divide – Part 1

Bridging the Divide – Part 1

20 Jul 2017

By Biase De Gregoria – Partner, IQ Business Over the last couple of years, one of the biggest challenges has consistently been raised during discussions and training sessions I’ve facilitated, is that business is typically removed from Agile teams and not truly involved in Agile adoption. Even though most do realise that this is a […]

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Something Shared

Something Shared

21 Jun 2017

By Natalie Janse van Rensburg – Agile Consultant, IQ Business   Six months ago, I started at a new client where part of my role is that of a Scrum Master/Agile Coach. It has been and still is an awesome, challenging, testing, and exciting time, filled with many great opportunities, learning, and growth. I’d like […]

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Box jumps and Agility

Box jumps and Agility

By Annalinde Singh  – Agile Consultant, IQ Business Last weekend I got myself a nasty cut and a supermassive black shin because I lost focus while doing box jumps at boot camp on a rather dreary wintry morning. It got me thinking about the wider consequences of losing concentration. Working in Agile teams, we occasionally […]

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Retrospective Gambling – Should we be picking retrospectives at random?

Retrospective Gambling – Should we be picking retrospectives at random?

26 Apr 2017

By Marc Diana – Agile Consultant, IQ Business One of the central tenets of a Scrum team is that the team must be cross-functional and self-organising. Cross-functionality talks to the idea that the team must possess all the relevant skills to meet the “Definition of Done” and self-organisation implies that the team is mature and […]

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