Agiloocity Trust Article

Trust, the lack thereof, and how to cultivate it

Posted on Teams

Why trust matters Teams that are synonymous with high levels of trust demonstrates high morale and productivity, information and ideas flow freely and team members offer assistance to one another without taking over. In essence this translates to a healthy, cohesive, collaborative team that delivers consistent results. These are all characteristics of high performance teams. […]

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PI Planning Roadmap

Roadmap to PI Planning

Posted on PI Planning

Your PI Planning Checklist 5 Weeks to PI Planning Lean Business cases & Epic Hypothesis communicated (new work) and evaluated (existing work) Solution Management and Portfolio Management aligns on next priorities and socialize with Product Management (PM) Solution Roadmaps are updated & socialized with PM Continuous Exploration workshops conducted to build out features WSJF updated […]

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Which SAFe course is right for me?

Which SAFe® course is right for me?

Posted on SAFe

Which SAFe® course is right for me? With the massive interest in Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe®) and the related SAFe Courses, we’re getting a lot of inquiry regarding the route we recommend for aspiring SAFe® change agents. In this article we create a mapping of the various routes one can take to become certified, and […]

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Scrum Master Soft Skills

Scrum Master Soft Skills

Posted on Scrum Master

A good Scrum Master needs to have these top soft skills to be effective in their role. The list is by no means comprehensive, please feel free to add more in the comments. Communicator – the primary function is communication and the use of communication to get things done. The Scrum Master is always facilitating meetings […]

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