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3/11/2014 by Anibal Guzmán Miranda
Las metodologías o frameworks ágiles, tienen un grave peligro. . . .
3/11/2014 by Raju R
In this article, I present how I used Scrum effectively in a project that was managed using the PRINCE2 project management method. . . .
3/10/2014 by Sriramasundararajan Rajagopalan
What is the role of the project manager in the Scrum team? I have seen organizations jumping on the Agile train, making a development lead or the project manager into the ScrumMaster. But are these organizations doing the right thing by turning existing roles into the ScrumMaster role -- and if so, are they doing it correctly?
3/7/2014 by Ritesh Gupta,Hemant Gokhale
There are many reasons why organizations fail when adopting Agile as a software delivery model. . . . This paper focuses on project selection criteria by listing the two key aspects . . . that should be checked before selecting a project for Agile deliveries in organizations that have limited experience in Agile.
3/6/2014 by Karim Harbott
Over the last few years, Agile has acquired a lot of unwanted baggage. . . . However it has come about, the term "Agile" has -- in some circles -- become a loaded one.
3/5/2014 by Adam Zuzanski
A while back I was asked to advise how a sprint burn-down chart should be constructed. There was no time for elaborate discussion, so I just replied with my usual "story points left over time." The guy asking the question was not convinced . . .
3/4/2014 by Francesco Attanasio
Adopting a servant-leadership style makes you an effective ScrumMaster, one I call "ScrumMaster 2.0."
3/3/2014 by Dinesh Sharma
Trust in a customer/supplier relationship is the most critical factor in an Agile project's success or failure. . . .
2/28/2014 by Hunter McCluer
Scrum teams try, where possible, to identify and plan for risks before the start of a sprint. Unfortunately, issues are the more frequent event a Scrum team has to deal with. . . .
2/27/2014 by Bill Rinko-Gay
At Macmillan Technical Services, we . . . decided to pilot Scrum with a single development team, and I'd like to share our experience for others who may be looking to start their own pilot Scrum project.