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10/9/2007 by Geir Amsjo
The simplicity of Scrum is both its strength and its weakness. A true understanding of agile principles is necessary for Scrum (or any other agile method) to succeed.
10/8/2007 by Aaron Sanders
Agile estimation gives you the right answer, even if it’s not the one you want to hear.
9/24/2007 by Chris Spagnuolo
Management can see that Scrum works for developing software. What they often have more trouble understanding is that Scrum is a project management process that should govern the entire project, not just the "development part."
9/24/2007 by Andy Brandt
Just because your company is agile doesn't mean your customers are. How do you compete in a market where fixed bids and waterfalls are commonplace?
9/5/2007 by Angela Druckman
The Scrum framework brings a structure to projects that can right many wrongs, but it is not a silver bullet, and it certainly won’t make all problems disappear.
8/23/2007 by Ken Rubin
An at-a-glance synopsis of all Scrum Alliance certifications, their prerequisites, and the associated fees.
8/18/2007 by Rebecca Traeger
A recommended reading list for anyone interested in learning more about Scrum.
8/15/2007 by John P. Puopolo
Discover why it’s critical for your agile teams to be collocated and how to best position your teams for agile success.
8/13/2007 by Jim York
Customers want it yesterday.
Scrum promises it tomorrow.
So why aren’t we getting it? What is “it” anyway?
8/6/2007 by Guy Beaver
Well-formed, hyper-productive agile teams exhibit certain common traits and have shared best practices. Find out how these teams approach sprint planning.