Agile Working
Virtual planning at scale: a personal account
COVID-19 has challenged us to find new ways of planning for our largest distributed Agile engagements. Andy Scotland, Head of Delivery – Commercial Sector, shares how he organised and facilitated a remote customer planning event for 130+ people, saving £175,000. Spoiler alert: we’re delighted that the customer now wants to make all further planning sessions remote.
How to guide #3: Short Story Mapping
As a consultant, there’s nothing more intimidating than a huge blank white wall, waiting to be covered with user stories. We’ve made a series of short videos, demystifying some key areas of Agile and introducing some of our consultants and product professionals. In this new video, Chris will map the process from the very beginning…
Building the perfect Product Team
An insight into what it takes to join our Product Team from Alison Coote, Product Principal.
Go Fish
One of our delivery team recounts his experience on the Inland Fisheries NI Direct project through go-live.
Technology Governance at Kainos
Does your organisation have technology governance? Find out how we work in this blog from our Digital CTO and Deputy CTO.
High Tide – Reflections from Agile on the Beach
Read Marc Heasman’s retrospective on Agile on the Beach, the UK’s leading Agile conference and what he took from it here.
Agile Cymru 2016 Wrap-up
Agile Cymru (meaning Agile Wales) ran over 2 days at the Millennium Centre in Cardiff from July 5-6. It focused on the best practices of working in an Agile way and provided many opportunities to learn from the key figures working in the industry as well as the chance to share your thoughts with others….
Wrap up from Agile Cymru 2015!
The first Agile Cymru event was a two day conference hosted at the Millenium Centre in Cardiff on the 7-8th July. Overall the conference was primarily focused on agile coaching, agile ways of working but did include some sessions with a greater technical focus such as BDD (Behaviour-Driven-Development). The conference was attended by more than 150 enthusiasts keen to…
EPR vs Content Repository and Apps – Is it a losing battle?
EPR’s are massive undertakings to procure, implement and maintain.  They are also hugely expensive and demanding on valuable clinical front line staff to implement.  These statements are well evidenced in many publications and research over the years, yet still we see hospitals, regions or even countries chasing EPR solutions, usually from a single vendor to…
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