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Member Articles

Agile Versus Traditional Project Management

Agile Versus Traditional Project Management

Weighing the positive and negative attributes of Agile helps project managers make better decisions about their software development life cycles.

What Defines a Great Team?

What Defines a Great Team?

As an experienced coach and trainer, I have been preaching the importance of enabling teams to become great, able to work more efficiently and have more fun. But what are the characteristics of a great team, and what are the signs that yours has actually become one?

Scrum, Agile, and the Trout of Avigliana

Scrum, Agile, and the Trout of Avigliana

"Trout of Avigliana" is a metaphor for doing things in a formal way but with a bit of cheating. I think that the world of software development is full of "trout of Avigliana" with regard to Scrum and Agile adoption.

That's Not Scrum!

That's Not Scrum!

When engaging in an Agile adoption, move the needle, but don't expect to be going 0–60 mph in four seconds in your first month.

Scheduling Scrum Activities With Google Calendar's Repeating Events

Scheduling Scrum Activities With Google Calendar's Repeating Events

When I've worked with new Scrum teams, I have found that they're confused about the importance of using fixed time intervals for sprints. Here's a very simple way to help.

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