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9/20/2017 by Arthur Moore
The "perfect" Definition of Done is a powerful concept, and one that can help bring into focus the maturity level of a team or organization.
9/19/2017 by Gowri Goli
We hear a lot about both Agile adoption and about transformation, because they are two are different processes.
9/18/2017 by Oluyemisi Banwo
Here are a few tips that have helped me over the years in facilitating the stand-up call.
9/15/2017 by Holger Paffrath
How do we measure productivity, and how relevant is this concept in Scrum?
9/14/2017 by Joe Emett
Part of the ScrumMaster's servant-leader role is to lead by example when it comes to personal improvement. I recently was able to employ continuous improvement to good effect in leading a teaching game.
9/13/2017 by Nirmala Banala
Technology enables the entire Agile process, but to be successful, retail enterprises must take an integrated approach that consists of strategic planning, Agile development, and continuous delivery.
9/12/2017 by Shane Billings
Planning Poker can be confusing for beginners. Here are some tips to help you get started.
9/11/2017 by Jason Moccia
Design sprints enable business teams to use the same processes and terminology that IT teams use with Scrum. The goal is to foster better communication between business and IT by creating parallel, complementary processes.
9/8/2017 by Daniel Dojcinovski
Teams often ask me, "What else does the ScrumMaster do?" I try to show them how the ScrumMaster is not only a coach for the IT team but can also be a coach for the enterprise as a whole.
9/7/2017 by John Maher,Frederic Champlain
A "whole systems" Agile assessment model helps us better understand the organizational dynamics that might present challenges or leverage points for Agile adoption in organizations we work with.