Susan Evans

Susan Evans is an agile consultant at VersionOne. Prior to joining the company, she was an internal coach who optimized the usage of the VersionOne platform to help many non-collocated teams thrive in their agile processes. Susan focuses on enhancing team relationships, communication skills, conflict resolution, and processes to help create happy teams that deliver high quality.

  • The ‘Game’ of Agile Compared to Football: The Football Season

    The ‘Game’ of Agile Compared to Football: The Football Season

    More than 30 years ago Hirotaka Takeuchi and Ikujiro Nonaka wrote an article titled ‘The New Product Development Game,’ which compares product development to rugby. This year’s NFL draft inspired...

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  • The ‘Game’ of Agile Compared to Football: Training Camp & Preseason

    The ‘Game’ of Agile Compared to Football: Training Camp & Preseason

    More than 30 years ago Hirotaka Takeuchi and Ikujiro Nonaka wrote an article titled ‘The New New Product Development Game,’ which compares product development to rugby. This year’s NFL draft...

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  • The ‘Game’ of Agile Compared to Football: Draft Day

    The ‘Game’ of Agile Compared to Football: Draft Day

    More than 30 years ago Hirotaka Takeuchi and Ikujiro Nonaka wrote an article titled ‘The New New Product Development Game,’ which compares product development to rugby. This year’s NFL draft...

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  • Why Agile Won’t Make You More Productive

    Why Agile Won’t Make You More Productive

    According to the 9th annual State of Agile™ survey, more organizations are adopting agile in order to improve productivity: “Consistent with last year, most respondents adopted agile practices to...

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  • Go Above and Beyond Post-its and Notecards: 5 Tricks (or Treats?)

    Go Above and Beyond Post-its and Notecards: 5 Tricks (or Treats?)

    VersionOne lets you go above and beyond manual post-its and notecards. Here are 5 tricks in VersionOne (or maybe they are really “treats”?) that you can use to quickly enter time tracking, assess...

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  • Lots of carryover? Try swarming

    Lots of carryover? Try swarming

    Scrum teams are made up of individuals with cross functional skills that commit to completing the sprint backlog as a team. Instead of a traditional Project Manager assigning tasks, the team...

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  • 4 Things Your Sprint Planning Needs To Set Yourself Up For Success

    4 Things Your Sprint Planning Needs To Set Yourself Up For Success

    It’s incredibly valuable to be able to raise flags or fire flare guns as soon as something is at risk. VersionOne helps teams assess if their sprint is at risk before they’ve even committed. ...

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