6/26/2006 by Roman Pichler
Let’s face it: for most of us, the term standardization has a negative connotation. We think of rules that are strictly enforced, procedures that must be followed, no matter what. This article tries to put a different perspective on standard...
6/19/2006 by Victor Szalvay
My colleagues and I work with a number of organizations implementing agile and Scrum. We are starting to see patterns (and anti-patterns) emerge in the way in which many companies go about transitioning their products to Scrum. Two of these patter...
6/12/2006 by John Hill
How Scrum Avoids Problems with Traditional "Earned Value" and "Schedule Performance Index" Calculations
6/5/2006 by Esther Derby
As a ScrumMaster, part of your job is to improve the productivity and engineering practices of the team in any way possible. One way to help the team improve is coaching. In this column, I’ll talk about one of the foundations of successful c...