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8/17/2017 by Shivkumar Sankaran
Some of the most enduring lessons I've learned about Agile teams started back when I was a kid setting up my fish tanks.
8/16/2017 by Holger Paffrath
Little's law helps us see how "pulling" work (rather than assigning it to someone) helps increase our agility and ability to get the work done.
8/16/2017 by Dr. Dave Cornelius
The practice of coaching people or teams to achieve specific goals is a global phenomenon that has existed since the origin of the human race.
8/15/2017 by Volodymyr Trush
I propose a team transformation model, based on a principle of clear rules and goals, that begins with invitation rather than enforcement.
8/15/2017 by Shane Billings
Lean development is often applied in Agile processes such as Scrum. In fact, the best way to apply the Lean philosophy is through Agile processes.
8/14/2017 by Yajnaseni Mondal
Scrum advocates several core values that are not only important for software development but also influence us in many ways in our daily lives.
8/11/2017 by Andy Pagan
Why are we so afraid of being a little bit embarrassed, ashamed, flustered, frustrated, or criticized?
8/10/2017 by Atul Kumar Sinha
Using a Definition of Ready can, like using a Definition of Done, save a development team time, effort, and frustration while leading to a better result.
8/10/2017 by Anurag Prakash
I believe that task estimation in Agile is starting to lead to a series of problems.
8/9/2017 by Sahil Potdar
Velocity is often considered the most significant measure of an Agile team’s productivity. This can be problematic, but there are viable alternative measures.