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3/28/2014 by Steven Crago
Over the past several years, I have worked with many clients who, while in the process of incorporating Scrum, either did not have company-wide implementation or had contracts with third parties who were using Waterfall and did not intend to change to Scrum or any other Agile process. . . .
3/27/2014 by Ajay Kabra
Here are a few things that one should do in order to get traction for Scrum in an organization. . . .
3/27/2014 by Mukesh Rao
Here are some of my observations about estimating with ideal days. . . .
3/26/2014 by Rex Lester
I sometimes ask people where they feel their organization is on the path to Scrum or becoming Agile. The replies are always interesting and tell me more about the type of organization they work in and how it views itself than it does about how Agile they may be.
3/26/2014 by Eric King
Going undercover in a family practice medical group isn't the easiest thing to do. . . .
3/25/2014 by Gary Martinez
If your company is one that typically resists change, you may feel more optimistic after watching the 2011 film Moneyball. . . .
3/25/2014 by Ashish Sharma
Let's look at some of the most common types of contracts for Agile. . . .
3/24/2014 by SAVVY KATHAM
If it ain't broke, don't fix it -- when Waterfall is working, then why Agile? Well, change is the only constant. . . .
3/24/2014 by Brian Barr
So, your Agile transformation journey has been underway for a few weeks, a few months, or maybe almost a year. You have blazed a path toward agility. . . .
3/21/2014 by Srinath Ramakrishnan
The main focus of the change management processes is to address the people and organizational factors that provide a catalyst to change in the organization. The ultimate aim of a change management initiative is to ensure that every individual in the organization is ready and willing to transition to a new role in the proposed environment. . . .