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Launching Scrum

Launching Scrum

Here are a few things that one should do in order to get traction for Scrum in an organization. . . .

ScrumMaster: A Nonplaying Captain of the Team

ScrumMaster: A Nonplaying Captain of the Team

Many books have been written and workshops conducted on the role of the ScrumMaster in any Scrum team/project. . . . The most interesting part of the SM profile is that one is not managing the development team but is still accountable for the outcome of the system.

Good Enough Is the Enemy of Great

Good Enough Is the Enemy of Great

Recently in a discussion with one of my customers, I heard an interesting statement, "Good enough is the enemy of great." I began to analyze the statement and understand its hard and true meaning. . . .

Product Owner = Strategic Thinking

Product Owner = Strategic Thinking

We all know that Scrum has three roles: the product owner, ScrumMaster, and the development team. For each role, I have determined one high-level element that would typically define that role and its related responsibilities. . . .

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