Kelly Key

Kelly has more than 25 years of experience in the software industry and 19 years working with agile practices as an agile program manager, ScrumMaster, agile coach, and VersionOne administrator. As a thought leader, he is always looking to refine processes with continuous improvement while stimulating innovation.

  • Consistency is the Key When Scaling Agile

    Consistency is the Key When Scaling Agile

    Wake up, get dressed, go to work, go to lunch, go home, etc., etc., etc.  Each of these decisions is made over and over again in what might be called a routine.  As part of this sequence, work is...

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  • There’s an API for That… How to Get Lots of Information in a Few Moments

    There’s an API for That… How to Get Lots of Information in a Few Moments

    A few days ago, I was using my smartphone and wanted to get some more information about the weather besides just the basics of temperature and local conditions i.e. sunny, cloudy and such.  I was...

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  • Do You “Really” Know Your Team? How to “Turbocharge” Interactions

    Do You “Really” Know Your Team? How to “Turbocharge” Interactions

    Have you ever stated, “I didn’t know you could do that?” If so, you were not only stating the obvious, but also exposing a flaw in team formation. What would the result have been if you had known...

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  • Bouncing Agile:  How Google Analytics is Related to Agile Success

    Bouncing Agile: How Google Analytics is Related to Agile Success

    According to Google, “If you could only choose one metric to look at, Bounce Rate might be your best choice.” So how does this relate to agile development and agile success?

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  • From Appaloosa to Agile: What is Your Agile Team’s Pattern?

    From Appaloosa to Agile: What is Your Agile Team’s Pattern?

    What’s the Story? It sounded like thunder!  As I looked toward the field, a group of horses came running from behind the barn at what seemed like 100 miles per hour.  They had their necks...

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