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4/26/2017 by Saravana Bharathi
The continuous integration and continuous delivery terms are often confusing, misquoted, and little understood.
4/25/2017 by Aleksandar Mafilovski
KPIs are beneficial for the company and a good guideline for the employees. However, most companies use them as a compensation-and-reward system. Does this make sense for Scrum Teams?
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.