7/19/2013 by John Hill
For those teams that do make sprint commitments, I think it is mandatory that both the ScrumMaster and the product owner participate in that commitment. . . .
4/26/2013 by John Hill
When I attended the February 2013 Agile SoCal group meeting in Orange County, California, the main event was a presentation by George Schlitz, founder of BigVisible Solutions. The title of this presentation was "Agile Beyond the Teams ...
1/22/2013 by John Hill
On March 27, 2012, a video titled Introducing Avanti 1963 was posted on YouTube, with the following description:
Studebaker was in trouble and headed for oblivion. The president of the company decided he needed a Hail Mary pass and re...
6/11/2007 by John Hill
For Scrum to work, teams must be truly empowered. Unfortunately, far too many teams are operating at much less than capacity and are failing. Find out how to cure a team that is suffering from a power shortage.
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.
6/12/2006 by John Hill
How Scrum Avoids Problems with Traditional "Earned Value" and "Schedule Performance Index" Calculations