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6/26/2017 by Niroshan Madampitige
It's common for a team to have some unfinished work occasionally, but I suggest that you evaluate the root causes and find ways to minimize or avoid the spillovers. Here are a few recommendations that might help.
6/23/2017 by Joseph Barjis
I have been looking for a concise yet comprehensive visual representation of the Scrum framework, and I have a version to propose.
6/22/2017 by John Maher
I have some reservations about the Tuckman model as a way to talk about Agile team development. But there is another model that seems more useful.
6/21/2017 by Vishal Venkatesan
In coaching enterprise clients around the world, I've seen a common pain point: Their teams can become Agile, but how can they get their programs, portfolios, and thus their entire organization to become Agile?
6/21/2017 by Satpal Kaur
We all understand that managing our personal and professional lives, with ever-increasing responsibilities, is not easy. . .
6/20/2017 by Raul Herranz
I've heard some confusing talk about scaling Scrum. . . .
6/20/2017 by Mayuri Patel
One question managers keep asking is, "What is my role after my teams have adopted Agile?" Having worked as a manager, I can say that this is the one question no one could answer satisfactorily.
6/19/2017 by Marcello Rossi
I have seen this important meeting change in interesting ways, along with the transformations of our team.
6/16/2017 by Shane Billings
Anyone who tells you that Agile magically solves all problems is selling empty promises. Here's what it does do, instead.
6/15/2017 by Verena Frey
A Scrum Team is a self-organizing learning community, and that learning is best done based on positive feedback. How do we implement this in retrospectives?