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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. . . .
1/9/2014 by David Caicedo
Recently we performed a workshop to estimate the total number of sprints that a specific software implementation will take us. At the end of this session, I asked myself how we could estimate the risk percentage, to add it to the actual estimation. . . .
1/8/2014 by Gaurav Rastogi
As part of my job working with different teams, the biggest challenge I see is how the team's work can be measured in terms of business value delivered. . . .
1/8/2014 by Neil Potter
Scrum, by design, does not come with prescriptive details on how to address some of the challenges project teams face, or the challenges introduced when using Scrum. This article looks at some of these challenges, and example solutions, in the light of experience working with different Scrum teams around the world. . . .
1/7/2014 by Amr Noaman
Many teams try Agile methods, or rather techniques. Some of them fail, and they suffer from this failure later on because it induces resistance in the rest of the organization and makes later attempts at Agile adoption much more difficult. The following are five patterns of immature Agile implementations. . . .
1/6/2014 by Khurram Mahmood
When we started our project a few years ago, the team's velocity was around 40 points per two-week sprint, and we were accepting 20- and 40-point stories in a sprint. We learned a lesson. . . .