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9/28/2015 by Robert Weidner
A number of techniques have proven useful for creative problem solving in an Agile environment, and the best are lightweight tools, quick and easy to implement, bearing low cost and high value. Here are my six favorites.
9/25/2015 by Pankaj Srivastava
Test-driven development (TDD) is an engineering practice that uses a test-first approach to software development. Here is how we've used it.
9/25/2015 by Kapil Goel
Is your organization functioning with Agile like a rope or a chain? See how this metaphor works for understanding flexibility.
9/24/2015 by Adonis ElFakih
Organizations seeking to transform to Agile are faced with resistance from all sides, and it is not always apparent what is the best approach to engage in the transformation. I have been using a useful mechanism called Agile streams.
9/24/2015 by Enric Lizondo
How far do your Agile teams go with their habitual retrospectives? The Agile teams I work with fall into one of the several retrospective habits, most of which don't go very far in supporting continuous improvement.
9/23/2015 by Todd Holden
I often see people trying to "go Scrum" overnight, which I compare to planting an apple tree and going to bed that night excited to pick apples for the next morning’s juice. . . .
9/23/2015 by Daniel Arrais
Hoje em dia virou moda falar que utiliza metodologia ágil, até parece que o time irá ganhar uma promoção ou aumento de salário por isso.
9/22/2015 by Sanil Xavier John
The burn-down chart is one of my favorite ways to help a Scrum team track its project status.
9/22/2015 by Kaushik Saha
Though teams are often confused about the DoD at various levels of a project, there are two fairly simple checklists to follow at the levels of tasks and of product backlog items.
9/21/2015 by Niranjan Nerlige V
There are disadvantages to traditional program management, but Agile can bridge the gap between the business strategy and project execution.