10/2/2013 by Anurag Prakash
Scrum is easy to learn but difficult to implement, as has often been said. Everyone I have met has had tons of issues, from how to size a story to "Oh, we have a constant stream of bugs." Let's examine broad categories of issues.
10/1/2013 by Robert Weidner
Open space design can increase team member productivity, so long as work the team is focused on requires a high level of collaboration. If not, then the environment can be counterproductive . . .
10/1/2013 by Haim Deutsch
Live and Let Die is the eighth James Bond film, and the first with Roger Moore in the role of 007. This picture tells the story of Mr. Big, who decides to get the other drug barons by filling the streets with tons of free heroin -- until our famous agent puts an end to this plan. . . .
9/30/2013 by Raghu Angara CSP
When ScrumMasters attempt to explain the concept of Agile and self-organized teams (and in the process also explain the role of management in an Agile environment), they are faced with comments such as, "ScrumMaster, get off your high horse."
9/27/2013 by Vijaya Kumar Bandaru
Based on the seven wastes of manufacturing industry, Mary and Tom Poppendieck have defined seven wastes that are appropriate for software development. What follows provides information about the meaning of each of the seven wastes of software development. . . .
9/26/2013 by Francesco Attanasio
In my experience as ScrumMaster, I'm learning that the less I'm involved in details and technical tasks, like a team member, the better able I am to see what is really going on in the team dynamics and how to navigate the conflicts. . . .
9/26/2013 by Todd Wilson
I was coaching a Scrum team through planning when something interesting happened. The team composition had recently changed, and the members had just come out of a Potentially Shippable Increment (PSI) planning meeting the day before. . . .
9/25/2013 by Bikash Sahu
Scrum is like a rafting team; if anybody gets tired, then we may lose control of raft. . . .
9/25/2013 by Mirko Perkusich
In Scrum, the ScrumMaster is responsible for ensuring that the Scrum team adheres to Scrum theory, practices, and rules. The ScrumMaster is responsible for acting as team facilitator. It sounds simple, but it is a lot of responsibility. . . .
9/24/2013 by Glen Wang
This PowerPoint training is based on the Scrum Guide. It uses the self-organizing team as a main thread to link all components of Scrum. Scrum values, pillars, and artifacts are treated as "weapons" of the self-organizing team.