This week, Dan Neumann and Justin Thatil, your hosts, are joined by Erica Menendez and Mariano Oliveti to discuss what it takes to deliver high-quality Agile Projects.

 

In this episode, they dive deep into what a successful Agile project looks like and describe the necessary steps to be taken in order to reach it.

 

Key Takeaways

  • Clarify the purpose

    • The company should have a purpose

    • The culture you create should be in support of the purpose

    • The products should align with that purpose

    • Deeply understand the real needs of your users and meet those

  • Adopting Agility can increase employee satisfaction

    • Empower team members to take action in support of the company’s purpose

    • Empowerment increases engagement

    • Engaged and empowered employees tend to lead to happiness.

    • Understand that the entire Team works towards a specific goal.

    • Focusing on people is a crucial aspect of a successful Agile Project, optimizing the relationship with people, ensuring there is collaboration among them, and granting space for people to open up in a psychologically safe environment.

    • Fear of criticism and resistance to feedback are barriers to address.

  • Working in an Agile way allows more predictability.

    • Agile Teams add transparency to their work and separate tasks into smaller parts, which enables them to look at things a lot more closely than traditional Waterfall.

    • Transparency must appear at all organizational levels, having realistic expectations and empowering everyone to make decisions.

    • Implement feedback loops. Be willing to pivot based on feedback.

    • Foster continuous learning

    • Embrace experimentation

 

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