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3/19/2014 by Marcelo Acosta Escañuela
A lot has been written regarding how to successfully deploy Scrum in teams and organizations. . . . The aim for this article is to share four tips that, in my humble opinion, will help you walk toward Scrum adoption starting with the right foot.
3/19/2014 by James Sullivan
I believe that many of the new Agile brands are fantastic and provide great return on investment. However . . . if you are at a place where you cannot make that investment, I am here to discuss with you foundational (base) Agile practices that can provide you key benefits without the investment in Agile brands.
3/18/2014 by Alex Apollonsky CSM PMP
Imagine you have a list of ideas you and your team came up with. Now you need to pick one. Or prioritize them. How would you go about doing it? The technique described here will help save you time.
3/18/2014 by Robin Berger
The explosion of technologies over the last few years has forced many of us to find new ways to keep up. Suddenly, it seems we are out of date before we can even finish a project! How does one keep up?
3/17/2014 by Robert Weidner
In a large organization, it can often take up to two years to implement Scrum. This is a big change in culture, and change is hard work. . . .
3/14/2014 by Ajay Kabra
Many books have been written and workshops conducted on the role of the ScrumMaster in any Scrum team/project. . . . The most interesting part of the SM profile is that one is not managing the development team but is still accountable for the outcome of the system.
3/13/2014 by Steven Crago
Based on my participation in software development teams since 1992 and my personal transformation to Agile in 2005, I believe that fear is one of the major contributing factors behind the resistance to an Agile transformation. . . .
3/13/2014 by Jeremy Jarrell
When a new team is just beginning to adopt Scrum, the difference between stories, themes, and epics always seems to be a source of some confusion. In particular, where stories end and epics begin tends to be a sticking point. . . .
3/12/2014 by Prakash Mallappa Pujar
Acceptance criteria-driven development (ACDD) is an Agile approach practiced by integrating test-driven development with acceptance criteria. . . .
3/12/2014 by Usha Ramaswamy
Within a sprint, if you don't get the user stories right, it affects development, testing, and the outcome of the sprint, and it takes a lot of effort to fix this later. Let me illustrate with an anecdote. . . .