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2/4/2011 by Bob Schatz
Project work is serious business that should never be entered into without taking stock of what you know and don’t know. Projects cost money and consume people’s time and energy. If you waste time, money, or energy there is an increasi...
4/21/2009 by Bob Schatz
The sprint review in Scrum is a critical part of the inspect and adapt cycle. Having worked with many teams and organizations, I have noticed an overall reluctance (and in some cases fear) to do them in the way they were intended.
5/21/2007 by Bob Schatz
What's the secret ingredient missing from most sprint reviews? The user stories and use cases you probably discarded may be the greatest story never told.
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.