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Steve Ash

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Steve Ash has been working with ‘Agile’ since 1993 when it was known as ‘Managed RAD’.  He was an early adopter of the DSDM Framework in 1995 becoming a DSDM Board Member in 2002 and was a DSDM examiner.  He is a DSDM Advanced Practitioner and Accredited Trainer/Coach. Steve has since embraced Scrum, Kanban, the techniques advocated by XP, Lean Software Development and Lean Startup. He joined the Agile Alliance in 2002 and is a Certified Scrum Master (CSM), Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO), SAFe® Certified Consultant (SPC4) and certified by APMG International to teach Agile Project Management and Agile Business Analysis courses. Since 1996, Steve has trained, mentored and coached hundreds of people in many public and commercial organisations in 11 countries from the USA, through Europe and India to Asia/PAC.
 

Posts By Steve Ash

How Not to be Agile – Daily Stand-Up/Scrum
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IntroductionHello and welcome to this, the fifth article in the series ‘How Not to be Agile’‘How Not to be Agile’ may seem a s
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by Steve Ash

06 May 2021

How Not To Be Agile -An Effective Product Backlog
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IntroductionHello and welcome to this, the third article in the series ‘How Not to be Agile’.‘How Not to be Agile’ may seem a
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by Steve Ash

31 May 2022

How Not to be Agile – Ultimate Guide to Sprint Planning
IntroductionHello and welcome to this, the fourth article in the series ‘How Not to be Agile’‘How Not to be Agile’ may seem a
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by Steve Ash

31 May 2022

How Not to be Agile –The Business Case
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Is Agile Everything?‘How Not to be Agile’ may seem a strange title for the blogs mentioning about how good Agile is!‘How Not to be A
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by Steve Ash

31 May 2022

How “Not” To Be Agile – Vision and Objectives
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Introduction‘How Not to Be Agile’ may seem a strange title for blogs about how good Agile is. The benefits that can be obtained from adopt
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by Steve Ash

31 May 2022