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7/22/2014 by Michael Stuedemann
One of the most common comments I receive when coaching or training clients on Scrum is, "We already do retrospectives -- we just call them lessons-learned sessions." While this type of statement is undoubtedly a result of people attempting to make the unfamiliar familiar, it represents a lack of appreciation for how different retrospectives are. . . .
7/22/2014 by Muthaiya Nallalam Parasuraman
This is the "first-aid kit" of my friend, who is an advanced consultant at a fast-growing IT consultancy. These are tips and tricks he discussed with me for helping teams that are struggling to deal with "time addiction."
7/21/2014 by Michael Glick
One might ask, as managers of a Scrum-adopting organization, which metrics could provide an accurate pulse [of the team's progress]? Listed below are some of the KPIs I rely upon for periodic analysis. . . .
7/21/2014 by Rohit Ratan Mani
Generally it is assumed that a PM will take the role of ScrumMaster (SM) for projects that move to Agile. Moving from a well-defined process to one that evolves and improves, . . . a PM has to bridge a gap to take up the role of SM.
7/18/2014 by Gene Gendel
This paper brings to light some of the least-discussed topics and consequences of "broadband agilization" that currently take place in the industry. . . .
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