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4/25/2017 by Rumesh Wijetunge
I thought I'd stir up the pot a bit by discussing a controversial and sensitive topic — one that most managers dread and get wrong. It's about rewarding Agile teams.
4/24/2017 by Christine Thompson
A key role for the ScrumMaster is the pastoral care of the members of the team. As a ScrumMaster, I must unconditionally support my team members. Here is what I believe this does, and does not, mean.
4/21/2017 by Alison Schestopol
We all know the phrase, "Diamonds are a girl's best friend," right? Maybe it conjures images of Marilyn Monroe in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, but what does it have to do with business requirements?
4/21/2017 by Volodymyr Trush
I have found an approach that helped build self-organizing teams within what began as an unmotivated company environment.
4/20/2017 by Jairaj Yadwad
Many common Daily Scrum habits are signals of traps — traps of trying to do Agile rather than trying to understand Agile.
4/20/2017 by Arun RG
Product- and project-oriented organizations have huge internal and external delays that affect teams. And this is where Scrum can help.
4/19/2017 by Aaron Vadakkan
When we started using the Definition of Done at home, my brother and I stopped getting into trouble due to not having our homework fully done. From there, my family realized that Scrum could be used to solve other problems at home.
4/19/2017 by Anurag Prakash
The burn-down has exploded in popularity as a tool for tracking the team's activities, but I have found quite a few misuses of burn-downs.
4/18/2017 by Mhd Mrhaf Halabi
Most organizations try an Agile transformation in the hope that they will become faster, able to do more with fewer resources, and increase quality. Although these things eventually happen, they don’t reflect the real picture of Agile.
4/18/2017 by Abhijit Jadhav
Our team uses a fun game based on a fictitional Craigslist purchase. We have found that it helps us gather information about the previous sprint and encourages involvement from all members.