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OMG! where has All About Agile gone!

That’s it. After 10 years, allaboutagile.com has gone! But don’t panic, all the content has been moved, hopefully safely, to a new home over here on 101ways.com. 10 years ago, ‘All About Agile’ seemed like a perfectly good name for the blog, since all the content was focused exclusively on agile ways of working. However, in that time, so many

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Most Popular Online Contributor 2016

hi everyone, I’m delighted to win the UK’s agile award for Most Popular Online Contributor, especially as it’s a public vote so thank you! This site has been running now for almost 10 years, which I can hardly believe,  Thank you for all your support. Kelly.

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Agile Awards

hi everyone it’s the Agile Awards again soon and I am happy to say that i have been nominated for ‘most valued agile professional (UK)’ if I or my blog have helped you or your company at some point, can you take a few seconds to vote for me? https://www.theagileportal.com/awards/voting/most_value_uk i’d really appreciate that 🙂 many thanks Kelly.

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4 steps to solving issues in projects

In many different projects and organisations, I’ve seen people struggle with techniques on how to solve issues without creating huge issue registers that weigh down the project and takes an inordinate amount of time to manage, resulting in the actual problems often not getting the attention they deserve. There are lots of agile techniques for tracking stories and work, like

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Top 100 Agile Web Sites

Oikosofy have written this list of the top 100 agile blogs or web sites: http://oikosofy.com/100-top-agile-blogs-from-2015/  I think this is a really useful resource for people hence why i’m posting it here. I was very pleased to be on the list and proud to be found at number 11 🙂 Enjoy! Kelly.

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Looking for my next gig

Wow, that went fast!  I went independent back in May and have been working at the Guardian as interim director of engineering for the digital division.  What a fantastic and exciting time it’s been.  The Guardian really is the awesome place it’s perceived to be and deserves all the accolades and awards it’s received in recent years.  I think we’ve

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My Agile Journey: If Only I Knew Then What I Know Now

Hi everyone, I’ll have a bit more time from December as I’m due to finish my current gig, so I’ve decided to do a talk at Skills Matter in London on 10th December.  It’s free and starts at 6:30pm in the evening.  The idea behind the talk is to tell my story – about how I discovered agile, the transformations

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Start of a new chapter

Hi everyone, Yesterday was my last day at ThoughtWorks. ThoughtWorks is an amazing company with some fantastic people, so I feel very privileged to have worked for them and very grateful that they gave me and my family the opportunity to live in Australia, which was a wonderful experience. However we’re back in the UK now and I’ve gone independent

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If my blog has helped you, I’m asking if you can return the favour?

Hi everyone, Lately I’ve been thinking about how I can do something to put a little back into society.  I’ve done things before, but it’s about time I did something else. So I’ve decided to participate in the ’40 hour famine’ campaign to help people who are suffering from extreme hunger in the world.  From 17-19th August – I will

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All About Agile

By Kelly Waters

“’Agile’ is one of the biggest buzzwords of the last decade. Agile methods often come across as rather more complicated than they really are. This book is an attempt to unravel that complexity. To simplify the concepts. This book breaks the concepts into small bite-sized pieces that are easy to understand and easy to implement and delivers the message in a friendly and conversational style. Allaboutagile.com is one of the most popular blogs about agile on the web. ”

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