Articles published in May 2013

Becoming a Certified Scrum Professional

Becoming a Certified Scrum Professional

Considering the increasing number of companies practicing Agile, getting a ScrumMaster on the rolls has almost become mandatory. Consequently, lot of people (including PMPs) are getting themselves certified as ScrumMasters (or Certified Scrum Deve...

Is ScrumMaster Time Tracked in Sprints?

Is ScrumMaster Time Tracked in Sprints?

I recently was asked this question: "Typically, does the ScrumMaster have stories in any given sprint that track for iteration planning, backlog refinement, or any other sprint/Scrum tracking activities? Or does the ScrumMaster's time fall outside...

Risk Management in Agile

Risk Management in Agile

There is no definite consensus on the need for risk management within the Agile method. This has led many to believe that risk management is irrelevant in an iterative model. Some follow the approach of ignoring risks until they manifest into issu...

The Retrospective: Know Yourself and Adapt to the World

The Retrospective: Know Yourself and Adapt to the World

In Scrum: The Unity of Knowing and Doing, I discussed the two basic abilities of human beings: knowing and doing. In terms of Scrum, inspection is about knowing, adaption is about doing, and transparency unites knowing and doing. From a team persp...

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