12/11/2013 by Dele Oluwole
Teams that are dedicated to sprint planning, the Daily Scrum, and sprint review and retrospective will do well. But they will have even more improvement, or become twice as productive, if they adopt some of the technical practices discussed below. . . .
12/10/2013 by Anurag Prakash
Waterfall probably came about with all good intentions. In some ways it mimics layered software architecture: Interface between the adjacent layers is clearly defined. There is clean delineation of responsibility. . . .
12/10/2013 by Grégory FONTAINE
Let's face it, it's much harder to implement Scrum without the support of senior management. If they are not just skeptical but even reluctant, then, yes, you're going to struggle. This being said, I would like to share the following pieces of advice with you. . . .
12/9/2013 by Kaveh Kalantar
There are four behaviors that can easily destroy or save a project. . . .
12/6/2013 by Rick Regueira
As Scrum coaches and trainers, we are often called to make presentations and speeches. I know many Scrum presenters who are constantly working on updating the content for their presentations. But then they disregard the most important part of the speech: its delivery. . . .
12/5/2013 by Ravi Srivastava
In Waterfall or other SDLC processes, a large project is defined as a multiyear effort. Scrum is one of the ways within Agile to execute such a project. There are, of course, many questions about how to handle large projects using Scrum, and there are various opinions but no confirmed answers. . . .
12/5/2013 by Glen Wang
If you google "Agile Parenting," you will get more than 500,000 results. The purpose of my presentation is to advocate Agile parenting in the Scrum community, share my understanding and practice, and trigger discussions and thinking. . . .
12/4/2013 by Gurpreet Singh
Many companies tag themselves "Agile" as they execute software development projects. Scrum is the most commonly followed Agile way of working these days. Generally, organizations use a blended version to suit their needs. . . . So, why are companies moving to Agile?
12/4/2013 by Mirko Kleiner
All companies I know that run Scrum still have a line organization. The idea of a line organization is to link organizational units, with the help of managing relations, to a hierarchical organization system. In other words, all ScrumMasters are part of a ScrumMaster line, developers part of a developer line, etc. . . .
12/3/2013 by Catherine Louis
The Pareto Principle is named after its originator, Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto. The idea is pretty simple: 80 percent of outcomes flow from 20 percent of causes. . . .