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We’ve talked about using Jira to implement the Scaled Agile Framework or SAFe before.  On those occasions, when looking at the framework we’ve narrowed the focus to the Agile Release Train (ART) and the teams, commonly known as the Program level of SAFe.  But what happens if you’re a business stakeholder looking to see when […]

Isos Technology is proud to bring you the first part of the second episode of the Glass Hammer podcast. You might be asking, “what is the Glass Hammer?” It is a podcast centered around the business and cultural aspects of Agile. We will share observations, discuss common issues and provide insights on successful incorporation of […]

Isos Technology is proud to bring you the first episode of the Glass Hammer podcast. You might be asking, “what is the Glass Hammer?” It is a podcast centered around the business and cultural aspects of Agile. We will share observations, discuss common issues and provide insights on successful incorporation of Agile concepts and practices. […]

Workflow automation for the win! – Thad West, CEO Isos Technology For modern businesses to be effective, they must have a devotion to software. They need access to resources able to build, configure, run and expand software. In such an environment, mature organizations have realized adopting a DevOps culture where development and operations collaborate is […]

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I previously wrote about the three important points everyone should understand before starting a migration: Discovery Dual effort Communication Communication is so important in every single phase of any project, but for migration projects, communication is mission critical and directly correlates to the happiness of both the Consultant and the Client. And, communication comes in […]

Does your company employee consultants? Does your company use Jira? How about Confluence? A continually expanding group of organizations have one or both of these tools in place already or are in the process of adding them. Ok, what do you use for your ITSM solution? Is it off-the-shelf, or is it cobbled together from […]

As a developer, let me start off by saying that I hate meetings. Oh, don’t get me wrong. I understand why they are a necessary evil… but that doesn’t mean I have to like them. I’m always watching the tipping scales of productive time lost versus time spent in meetings. A particularly irksome brand of […]