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4/3/2014 by Allan Rennebo Jepsen
Many experienced Scrum teams complain when sprints are shorter than two weeks. These guys didn't.
4/3/2014 by Sarah Morris
When traditional Waterfall approaches to software development are not producing the required results, it's natural for Agile to be considered an answer. While I have nothing but support for such a decision, it is not an easy path to follow. . . . This article has been written to prepare teams for what lies ahead.
4/2/2014 by Paulo Dias
I have recently moved to a project where the sprint starts on a Monday and ends on a Friday, and for the first time it made me think about whether it is a good idea to start on a Monday. . . .
4/2/2014 by Olivier LEDRU
Spreading the Agile mind-set within a large, old, and powerful company was a very slow process. . . .
4/1/2014 by Jeff Pierce
In its purest sense, Agile is a philosophy, a way of looking at a software manufacturing process that prescribes specific ways of approaching work natural to the overall software development life cycle. But we are literal beings . . .
4/1/2014 by Manikandan V
As everyone knows, the Scrum framework is based on the empirical process. I'd like to write briefly about how collective learning applies to the empirical process.
3/31/2014 by Raju R
Many Agilists criticize the idea of planning. In this article, I would like to present a project manager's perspective on why minimum planning is necessary to ensure that the project will be delivered successfully.
3/31/2014 by Ravishankar N
This article explores the change management aspects of an Agile-adoption journey. Though many of these are based on standard organizational change management practices, the specifics of an Agile transformation are highlighted here.
3/28/2014 by Steven Crago
Over the past several years, I have worked with many clients who, while in the process of incorporating Scrum, either did not have company-wide implementation or had contracts with third parties who were using Waterfall and did not intend to change to Scrum or any other Agile process. . . .
3/28/2014 by James Carilli
The call to action is clear: Agile projects are successful three times more often than non-Agile projects (Cohn, 2012), but as an executive where should you focus your attention to facilitate a successful start-up and an eventually successful Agile program?