This is a great TED video from Dan Ariely that discusses motivation in the knowledge economy.
Microsoft’s Matt Nunn demos vNext – expanded features and capabilities for ALM in Visual Studio 11.
In “ALM State of the Nation,” Forrester Research VP Mike Gilpin shares the dirty truth about ALM and what needs to happen to make it a key transformation component in modern software delivery organizations.
Microsoft Sr. User Experience Researcher Miki Konno demonstrates how to develop software in Agile sprints with Visual Studio.
Johnson Controls’ Scott Herman gives a real-world case study on integrating Scrum development into a Waterfall-based, manufacturing-centric engineering organization.
In “Breathing Data, Competing with Code,” Venkatesh Rao looks at how Agile, cloud, analytics and trends in technology can work together with development to create super-charged software.
Common challenges in making Scrum/Agile work in a waterfall-centric organization, and what you can do to minimize the headaches.
Ken Schwaber co-developed Scrum almost 20 years ago with Jeff Sutherland. Newly refactored, Scrum 2011 defines best practices that reflect across the organization.
Easy-to-understand economic models that provide a basis for why Agile outperforms traditional software development techniques.