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Radtac 3-Stage Value Growth Model: An Alternative Way of Looking At Organisation Value Flow and the ‘How’ of Delivery

14-Apr-2016 11:30:00 Culture Agile measuring Value growth Agile

Radtac 3-Stage Value Growth Model

Businesses need to have a culture and this culture requires consistency with enough flexibility to adjust to differing business requirements. As a result of that, Radtac has created a simple to understand model that helps the organisations we work with combine culture with the flexible working model. The model represents how we communicate about a project we are working on, and, therefore, which measures we are going to use to show progress and return on investment (ROI).

The Radtac 3-Stage Value Growth Model allows organisations to position their need and possible solution discussion against standard business terms. It moves the discussion from process or methodology into practical delivery of value, through actions with defined outcomes using business value measurement, for example P+L or Balance Sheet.

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The Two Sides Of Agile

I’ve been carrying this bit of paper around in my bag for about six months. It’s a scribble I drew once while on one of ‘those’ conference calls. You know - the one where someone is talking and you are not entirely sure why you are dialled in, let alone why you are attempting to listen.

At the time I was trying to work out a simple way of showing different Agile adoption approaches and how they can so easily go awry.

So what in the world does this scribble show?

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Agile Foundations: How To Use Burn-Down And Burn-Up Charts

This post is the first one in a 'How To' series of posts by Peter Measey. The posts in this series will explain different concepts, terms and practices within Agile, as well as how to run these practices.

Agile teams need the capability to monitor and track progress, and also the ability to be open and transparent about that progress. Many Agile teams use ‘Burn-Up’ and ‘Burn-Down’ charts to achieve this, especially within Scrum. This blog provides some practical advice on how to use these charts effectively, and what they can provide for your team.

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