11/15/2013 by Ravishankar N
This article explores a scenario in which teams implement Agile in silos, and it highlights the limitations of such a way of working and proposes an alternative. . . .
11/15/2013 by Manuel Alejandro Ochoa Antelo
Some days ago I met with an ex-colleague and we found ourselves talking about the Scrum framework, and one of the things that surprised me the most was that he was convinced that Scrum can be implemented and can be successful when the whole development process is already defined. . . .
11/14/2013 by Gabriel Fabian Ledesma Montaldo
This article tells the story of our experience implementing a shift in approach during daily Scrum meetings. We went from a typical approach centered on each individual to one centered on each story in the sprint backlog. . . .
11/14/2013 by Robert Weidner
Scrum is an Agile process, focused on iterative and incremental development. Here is a look at the basics of Scrum.
11/13/2013 by Angela Johnson
One of the things that I valued, and continue to value, as a Certified Scrum Trainer is co-training. . . . It is concerning to me that many view co-training as a negative or as something that should not be necessary in order to achieve or maintain the CST credential.
11/13/2013 by Kanchan Sil
For release planning of a new, multi-phased project, our team was looking for opportunities to further tune our Lean and Agile estimation processes. We always looked forward to continuously improving our existing Agile practices. One improvement we identified was a quicker turnaround time for completing the estimation exercise during release planning. . . .
11/12/2013 by Sourabh Goel
During the course of the latter half of the last decade, the adoption of Agile as the de facto software development paradigm has gained significant momentum. As more and more clients demand increased visibility into the progress being made in a project and require that there be frequent checkpoints to respond to change, the adoption of Agile is no longer an option that organizations can ignore. . . .
11/12/2013 by Glen Wang
In self-management, planning is simply pushing an item into the backlog, and pulling it out to work on it. In a self-organizing team, there are many interactions, synchronizations, and collaborations, so more comprehensive planning is necessary. This makes me think of the purpose and usage of planning. Why do we need a plan?
11/11/2013 by Scott Granieri
How does an organization implement something that it has never done, for a client who has never done it prior, using team members who have never done it, for end users who have never used it before?
11/11/2013 by Lizzy Morris
When I began my transformation reflections, a repetitive theme came up: "Make us Agile fast." Can Agile be done faster, can you make us what it took you years to become -- in a month?