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10/9/2013 by Rui Miguel Ferreira
I believe that most of you felt, during the Agile-adoption process, a kind of overenthusiasm, a feeling that "this is the solution to all evils." . . .
10/8/2013 by Srinath Ramakrishnan
A coaching model is a framework; it does not tell you how to coach but, rather, it's the underlying structure that you can use when you're coaching someone. . . .
10/8/2013 by Alvaro Triana Sanchez
While facilitating our "coding dojos," we start to wonder: Is it is possible to aim this exercise toward artists? Thus our art dojos were born. . . .
10/7/2013 by Catia Oliveira
Have you ever asked yourself how to fit legacy bugs into a sprint without endangering the commitment? If so, then this post might help you. . . .
10/4/2013 by Suresh Bansal
After you receive a CSM certification, is there a way to use the knowledge attained as a base and then build upon it, even if you are managing non-Scrum projects? I will briefly outline some pointers, and I encourage you to add to them. . . .
10/3/2013 by Emile Bakker
As a blogging product owner, I frequently run into Scrum misfits. One of the typical misfits is in the role of the product owner/manager. Hence my advice to fire your product manager. I do understand that this statement requires some more explanation. . . .
10/3/2013 by Armin Hoffmann
Here's how Media Markt China created a novel ERP (enterprise resource planning) suite within 12 months, thanks to a collaborative, distributed team leveraging Scrum. . . .
10/2/2013 by Anurag Prakash
Scrum is easy to learn but difficult to implement, as has often been said. Everyone I have met has had tons of issues, from how to size a story to "Oh, we have a constant stream of bugs." Let's examine broad categories of issues.
10/2/2013 by Jorge Hernán Abad Londoño
Hace aproximadamente un año comenzamos a migrarnos a una forma de trabajo completamente diferente, llamada “Scrum,” ha sido un proceso lleno de ganancias, retrospectivas, mejoras y aprendizajes. . . .
10/1/2013 by Robert Weidner
Open space design can increase team member productivity, so long as work the team is focused on requires a high level of collaboration. If not, then the environment can be counterproductive . . .