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10/11/2016 by Ravi Nandru
Good communication is essential for good collaboration. There are many artifacts and tools that help teams with both.
10/11/2016 by Kaushik Saha
The product backlog refinement meeting is one that can help the product owner and team set themselves up for better sprint planning.
10/10/2016 by Alicia McLain
As I have designed training for Agile transformations, I have included elements of leadership and human dynamics theory so that people can see the "whole" as they progress. I now have a list of tools to offer to ScrumMasters, Agile team facilitators, and Agile coaches.
10/10/2016 by Adrian Sita
Defining user stories is important in project planning. When defining stories and estimating them, there are basic principles to follow.
10/7/2016 by Viktor Buzga
Many articles have been written on ways to start the daily stand-up on time and make it short. The problem with many of the solutions is that they use punishment to teach team members to appear on time or keep things brief.
10/7/2016 by Amir Nasiri
The Triple Factor is a phenomenon that I always raise for discussion in any process-driven environment. It consists of three elements that take a company from being good to becoming great: management, people, and technology.
10/6/2016 by Dele Oluwole
In implementing any Agile framework, empowerment, change, and continuous improvement can manifest in various degrees. The one I want to examine in this article is empowerment and how it may impact a product owner.
10/6/2016 by Kai-Thomas Krause
Retrospectives are crucial, and there are many ways to run them. I've come up with a simple template that I use to run and then archive different retrospective methods.
10/5/2016 by Pawan Suresh Mude
To fuel the ever-increasing need for agility in today's business world, we need to move away from the traditional feedback mechanism of once/twice a year and shift toward an “Agile Scorecard.”
10/5/2016 by Alhad Akole
The term "DevOps" is said to have become popular starting in 2009. But I think back to work I did in 2004 — and who knew that it would one day be considered DevOps.