2/25/2009 by Nimesh Soni
To be truly successful with Scrum, you must fundamentally change the way you work. It's not just teams that must adjust; management and business have to think differently too. Breaking long-held habits is never easy, but it can be done.
2/11/2009 by Srikant Chellappa,Jerry Buchanan
How a distributed team made Scrum work for them, despite the distance and time that separated teams and team members from each other.
2/4/2009 by Jason Haines,Geoff Watts
Maintaining a prioritised product backlog of desired functionality is a key aspect of agile software development. When working with a single product owner and a small number of backlog items, this task is easily managed. However, scaling prioritisation to multiple stakeholders and large product backlogs presents unique challenges. This paper presents a market-based approach to prioritisation that is fair, open, and scalable.