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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.
8/6/2007 by Richard Lissimore
For new CSMs and for those who feel they are having to make things up as they go along, reliable information is a valuable and all too rare commodity. Can the Scrum Alliance do something to help?
8/6/2007 by Bas Vodde
Retrospectives are a time to reflect on what has happened, what your team wants to happen in the future, and what steps you can take to correct course accordingly. Unfortunately, the actions that come out of retrospectives often are either too focused on the present or are so abstract as to be unattainable. Discover one technique for linking actions to goals.
8/6/2007 by Alexandre Magno
Scrum daily meetings may seem simple on the surface, but believing they are easy is common trap. It's not at all difficult for things to go wrong quickly. Learn how to avoid several common mistakes so that your daily meetings can continue to be an accurate thermometer of your team's progress.
7/30/2007 by Jochen Krebs
The problem with traditional project portfolios is that struggling projects go on too long. Agile projects open new doors for project managers: doors that can lead to success.