1/29/2007 by John Hill
Maybe Baskin Robbins had it right. Just as one flavor of ice cream doesn’t suit every buyer, vanilla Scrum may not be the best recipe for every organization. Find out how combining tasks and blending roles can result in a more evolved, cross-functional team.
1/22/2007 by Bill Wake,Alan Shalloway,Tom Mellor,Bob Schatz
Part of what makes a good leader great is a commitment to continuous improvement. These are the “must-reads” for every leader (or potential leader). What’s on your bookshelf?
1/15/2007 by Bob Schatz
Bob Schatz makes the case for the ScrumMaster as both a leader and a dreamer.
1/8/2007 by Esther Derby
It's sometimes difficult for managers who aren't on the Scrum team to figure out how to rate those who are. Some turn to the ScrumMaster for input. Others have the ScrumMaster do the appraisal in their stead. Is either of these solutions a workable one?