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.
7/16/2007 by Roger Brown
One goal of self-empowered teams is to have the team find, own, and fix their problelms by themselves. Applying gap analysis to team practices enables teams to visualize areas of concern and come up with their own action plan to address the shortcomings.
7/9/2007 by Ken Schwaber
There's a gap between knowing the right thing and doing the right thing. Bridging that gap is the task of every new ScrumMaster.
7/2/2007 by Nigel Baker
Tools that are simple have a tendency to come across as childish and simplistic. Here are some ways to combat that perception (at least until the tools are better understood).
6/24/2007 by Joe Little,Doug Shimp,Guy Beaver,Derek W. Wade,Dan Rawsthorne PhD PMP
Check out this reading list, designed to help those “in the trenches” with product development and the social aspects of building great product development teams.
6/22/2007 by Rebecca Traeger
Ever wonder what goes on at a Scrum Gathering? This article reviews the 2007 Spring Gathering that took place in Portland, Oregon.
6/11/2007 by CSC Program Team,Pete Behrens
Members of the Scrum Alliance community, you have thirty days to weigh in on the new Certified Scrum Coach program. Does the proposed certification meet you needs and those of your company? Read this article and the referenced attachment and let us know.
6/11/2007 by John Hill
For Scrum to work, teams must be truly empowered. Unfortunately, far too many teams are operating at much less than capacity and are failing. Find out how to cure a team that is suffering from a power shortage.