11/29/2013 by Bob Jiang
"The unexamined life is not worth living," Socrates said. It is true for the individual, but it also applies to a team. . . .
11/28/2013 by Thiago Avelino da Silva
The evolution of efficacy in software engineering with regard to methodology in systemic development projects is notorious. . . . However, there is still much more evolution needed, and it falls to us to reflect and identify where there has been shortsightedness in developing quality in software.
11/27/2013 by ABHISHEK KUMAR SRIVASTAVA
Managing dependencies in a distributed Scrum team can be a challenging task. If you don't plan it properly, you may end up losing productive hours of resources. . . .
11/26/2013 by Audrey Hudson
In the middle of 2011, one of the Scrum Coaches at the organization I was then working for approached the ScrumMasters and suggested we try playing a game he coined "Scrum Monopoly." . . .
11/26/2013 by Rohit Ratan Mani
When I talk about Agile, it is mostly in the context of my experience in the IT industry. Many times my friends, working in different sectors, ask me why I support Agile in general when it is primarily focused to work wonders for my industry. . . .
11/25/2013 by Sourabh Goel
To know where we are, whether we are treading along the right track, how far out we are from our destination either in life or in a project -- these are questions that most of us have struggled with at some point. When it comes to our own lives, introspection as a tool has been popular over the eons. For projects, specifically software projects, the challenges are multidimensional. . . .
11/25/2013 by Glen Wang
Distributed knowledge leadership is the way of life and work in the knowledge-economy age. . . .
11/22/2013 by Emile Bakker
A metaphorical question like this does require a good explanation . . . and I will provide one. Let me describe two cases. . . .
11/21/2013 by Arijit Sarbagna
If pure Scrum works for our project -- voila! Nothing could be better than this. But the fact is, in real life we come across situations and projects where pure play doesn't seem to work, and we need to "inspect and adapt."
11/20/2013 by Neil Potter
The Scrum development method is a useful framework to help teams scope, plan, status, and demonstrate their work. When done well, it allows teams to get early feedback on the product they are building and provides a reasonably disciplined method of managing changes in scope. By definition, however, a framework does not tell you how to do everything. . . .