Offshore and Outsourcing with Scrum and the Blah-Blah-Blah Manifesto

The Blah-blah-blah manifeesto

Back in 2011 and 2012 I was actively speaking about the problematism of offshore and outsource product development and how the agile methods could help. I think still they do. I see it all around.


Surprisingly, this year (2016) several people have mentioned to me that they still remember the "blah blah blah manifesto" I used to present.


Suddenly remembered it too! Here it is:

Blah blah blah manifesto
Blah blah blah manifesto

Read Alistair Cockburn commenting on this.


The message I was trying to convey was that the first value of the Agile Manifesto "Individuals and Interactions" is the key one. And the rest would follow if this one is done right.


And vice versa: if this one is not there - good luck with getting to the working software, adaptive planning and customer negotiation.


Relationships is the key.

Relationships is the key of all agile
Relationships is the key of all agile

Manifesto For OFfshore Agility

Some years ago I formulated the Manifesto for Offshore Agility.

What do you think of it?


Full video of the talk

Enjoy one of my talks back at the Agile Tour in Vilnius:

Slides (of a similar talk I did)

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