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Martin Hinshelwood - nkdAgility.com

Martin Hinshelwood believes that every company deserves high-quality software delivered on a regular cadence that meets its customer’s needs.

Introducing Kanban for Professional Scrum Teams

Introducing Kanban for Professional Scrum Teams

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Work can flow across the Sprint boundary

Work can flow across the Sprint boundary

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Professional Scrum is for everyone in your organisation

Professional Scrum is for everyone in your organisation

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Create your own path to Organisational Agility

Create your own path to Organisational Agility

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If your backlog is not refined then you are doing it wrong

If your backlog is not refined then you are doing it wrong

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Getting started with a Definition of Done (DoD).

Getting started with a Definition of Done (DoD).

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Release planning and predictable delivery

Release planning and predictable delivery

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The fallacy of the rejected backlog item

The fallacy of the rejected backlog item

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A better way than staggered iterations for delivery

A better way than staggered iterations for delivery

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You are doing it wrong if you are not using test first

You are doing it wrong if you are not using test first

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Professional Scrum teams build software that works

Professional Scrum teams build software that works

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Getting started with a modern source control system and DevOps

Getting started with a modern source control system and DevOps

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Professional Scrum Training for the Ghana Police Service

Professional Scrum Training for the Ghana Police Service

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Professional Organisational Change at the Ghana Police Service

Professional Organisational Change at the Ghana Police Service

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