1/20/2014 by Khurram Mahmood
One of the principles of the Agile Manifesto states, "The best architectures, requirements, and designs emerge from self-organizing teams." The key term in this principle is team.
1/17/2014 by Davi Gabriel da Silva
Applying Scrum in an organization that is not familiar with Agile can be challenging, even for the most seasoned ScrumMaster. Here are some lessons I have learned. . . .
1/16/2014 by Deema Dajani
Executive leadership often advocates going Agile, but do they really understand what it means?
1/16/2014 by Mohammed Naveed
The INVEST scale is a simple yet effective measure of user story feasibility in the current sprint, based on the INVEST principle. This scale has provided lots of benefits to my current project. . . .
1/15/2014 by Dasha Moskalenko
Very early into our first project, we found that the traditional Scrum approach was too time-consuming for the business team, blurred the boundaries of responsibility among team members and the product owner, and included performance indicators not suited for a diverse business project team. . . .
1/14/2014 by Eric King
Just a few short years ago I began singing the praises of Agile to just about anyone who would give me the time of day. . . .
1/14/2014 by Gilbert Villanueva
While checking a ScrumMaster's checklist proposed by one of the nation's top Scrum practitioners, the very last item caught my attention. . . .
1/13/2014 by Suman Guha
I imagine you have read many articles about story points-based estimation. Hence, instead of going over how it all works, I will try here to provide a practical guide for how to achieve it. . . .
1/10/2014 by SAVVY KATHAM
When you think of Agile, there are a couple of questions -- myths, in fact -- that repeat frequently with just a verbiage change. It is important not only to know about the Agile framework but also to resolve open questions in order to embrace it fully. . . .
1/10/2014 by Rodrigo Almeida
It is common to see people getting bored in sprint retrospective meetings, or to bring only a few positive or negative issues to the meeting. I am going to present here an approach that has been working for me and for the team I have been part of. . . .