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1/12/2016 by Rasmus Kaae
Our enterprise went through a carefully planned and executed transition to Agile. A few years later, we made a short halt to evaluate what we had achieved. What we saw was that some teams had actually been traveling without moving.
1/12/2016 by Bogdan Giurgiu
Increasing visibility inside a team process is key for most companies. It is even more valuable if the team or company is distributed. But how can you measure and make your team's work visible?
1/11/2016 by Sayi Sarat Chandra Parvatam
One of the most common problems organizations have in using Agile for incremental software development is users' disapproval of the latest increment. Here are a few strategies for contingency measures as well as ways to avoid rejected increments.
1/11/2016 by Ramesh Lakkaraju
Many software development organizations who claim they are fully Agile don't see all the benefits they expected. These same organizations often invest the bulk of their effort only in transitioning their development teams, with little emphasis on organizational agility.
1/8/2016 by Alhad Akole
Scrum teams tend to start enthusiastically with two-week sprints. Soon, though, they often start complaining about lack of time. Here are some questions teams can ask themselves so they can make informed decisions about whether to increase their sprint lengths.
1/8/2016 by Sreejith N.T.
How do we make the retrospective engaging, interesting, and motivational for Scrum team members, so that they actively contribute?
1/7/2016 by Matthew Dominici
Having an aspirational Definition of Done could be a great way to keep important impediments top of mind for everyone on the team.
1/7/2016 by Armen Pashkam
“No matter how much we try, we will always revert back to who we fundamentally are, unless we put forth a continuous and concerted effort to change.” I will never forget this quote from a manager I worked for circa 2002.
1/6/2016 by Gurpreet Singh
I wonder what you would think if you read this in a colleague's calendar: Weekly one-on-one with my tree.
1/6/2016 by Todd Holden
If we exclude certain aspects of product planning, we are asking our teams to accept product guidance with no end definition in sight. How can we help provide a more complete picture to our teams?