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3/24/2017 by Satpal Kaur
I thought it worth sharing a few of the practices we followed in implementing the Agile Manifesto and its related principles, especially those relating to individuals and interactions.
3/22/2017 by Rajkumar R D
One of the most difficult tasks in today’s Agile world is to facilitate remote retrospectives for distributed teams.
3/20/2017 by Peter Borsella Scrum4HW,Hubert Smits - Scrum4HW & Manufacturing
What skills does our cross-functional team need when delivering physical products?
3/16/2017 by Mhd Mrhaf Halabi
Don't let your team's daily stand-ups fall by the wayside.
3/15/2017 by Sujith Nair
Some teams start off enthusiastically on their journey to Agile, only to fizzle out in the long run. It is imperative to keep a close eye on the symptoms that can derail progress toward an Agile culture.
3/14/2017 by Rumesh Wijetunge
How to identify the most suitable candidate for the ScrumMaster role at a tech start-up is widely debated.
3/13/2017 by Suganthi Subramanian,Alok Kumar
While Agile and Scrum have been widely adopted as primary methods for delivering software, people still view these frameworks with skepticism with regard to business intelligence and analytics projects, especially as solutions to meeting data integration needs.
3/9/2017 by Bhargav Ram Vedula
The retrospective is the primary ceremony where team members can exchange views, but not everyone is comfortable with them. Here's a technique that, in my experience, helps distributed team members share more openly.
3/8/2017 by James McDonagh
Let's think seriously about what being a ScrumMaster really entails.
3/8/2017 by Manjari Kumar
Agile development does not necessarily lend itself to the kinds of dashboards and reports beloved by managers.