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2/5/2014 by Todd Wilson
In Agile organizations . . . a partnership between technology and business must form, and each side must invest equally in this relationship. I've heard the following phrase uttered too many times to count: "The business just doesn't get it," or, my favorite, "They're just not Agile."
2/5/2014 by Aakash Srinivasan
I've been coaching teams in the Agile space for more than a few years now, and the one aspect of the process that often seems to be undervalued is the retrospectives. . . .
2/4/2014 by Michael Aisley
For centuries, if not millennia, humans have struggled to introduce logic and structure into their world. From architectural designs dating back thousands of years to the latest technological innovations, we try to balance logic and the fundamental laws of physics with emotions and human attributes. . . .
2/3/2014 by Rohit Ratan Mani
Whenever a new idea is presented in front of a group, everybody looks with skepticism to the presenter and fears the unseen impact of the change. . . . I will summarize my views on how different departments are impacted by an Agile implementation within an organization.
1/31/2014 by Nichervan Fazel,Ritesh Gupta
This is our journey of how we achieved a state of zero functional defects (mostly) by implementing joint story sessions in a multicultural, geographically distributed, multi-vendor environment. . . .
1/30/2014 by Francesco Attanasio
Making sure an action is done is only a small part of the value of the follow-up process. The big reason to follow up after creating new thinking is to support the creation of new long-term habits that will improve people's performance. . . . One way we can do this is to use the FEELING model.
1/29/2014 by Ravishankar N
The product owner (PO) is a key player in the development of a solution using Agile. IT organizations just starting to move to Agile ways of working may fall into the trap of perceiving the PO as a messenger for the business, relaying what the business stakeholders describe as requirements. . . .
1/28/2014 by Sathya Narayana Kaliprasad
Montessori education is characterized by an emphasis on independence, freedom within limits, and respect for a child's natural psychological development, as well as technological advancements in society. The overview . . . gives us a clear sense of the overlap between Montessori education and Scrum.
1/27/2014 by Ajay Kabra
We all know that Scrum has three roles: the product owner, ScrumMaster, and the development team. For each role, I have determined one high-level element that would typically define that role and its related responsibilities. . . .
1/24/2014 by Christian Vos
If you want to learn to play the piano, it's going to be a tough endeavor if it takes 30 minutes before your piano produces a sound after you press a key. . . .