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Can the Scrum Master also be the Product Owner?

6/30/2016

If you’ve experimented with scrum, you’re likely familiar with the Scrum Master and Product Owner roles. These roles sound so deceivingly simple that sometimes a single person will try tackling both. Let’s look at some of the ways this can go awry, and how to fix it.


Agile is not Scrum

6/28/2016

When looking for information on Agile, software development is the most common industry represented. Within those results more often than not Scrum is used as the implementation. Many articles that try to talk about Agile in a generic sense use terminology from Scrum. A common side effect of this is that many people associate Agile and Scrum on a 1 to 1 level. This is a problem.


TIPS TO START AGILE IN A HOSTILE ENVIRONMENT

6/22/2016

Although Agile methods are very popular (particularly Scrum), there are still many organizations or departments which may not yet have official support for adopting Agile methods formally.  In some cases, management may even be hostile to the concepts and practices of Agile methods.  If you are interested in Agile, you don’t have to give up hope (or look to switch jobs).  Instead, here are some tips to start using Agile methods even in hostile environments.    


What Do You Look for in a Servant Leader or a Scrum Master?

6/8/2016

In this article Rothman will discuss the kind of qualities, preferences, and non-technical skills you might need in a servant leader, your potential Scrum Master, agile project manager, potential account manager, or whatever role you need filled.



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