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10/30/2015 by Kenneth Adams
Transitioning to Scrum is a paradigm shift, and not necessarily an easy one. This article discusses some lessons learned through pain and triumph and tries to boil them down to a few do's and don'ts.
10/29/2015 by Remya Agrasala
At a training session, I realized with a shock that I was not doing my team justice as a ScrumMaster -- our retrospectives were boring. Here are some ways we found to make them more interesting.
10/28/2015 by Alan Zucker
Peter Drucker is known as the father of modern management. Did he presage Agile in the 1950s?
10/27/2015 by Santosh Shaastry
We've all experienced the danger of the Daily Scrum devolving into a status meeting. Here's one way our team has found to prevent that from happening.
10/23/2015 by K Pawan Kumar
Agile and DevOps go hand in hand, but are there any specific considerations to ensure a successful collaboration between development and Agile operations?
10/22/2015 by Poornaselvan Kittu Jeevanandam
Contracts have deep consequences for every enterprise's budget. When writing a contract, what units can we use that easily extrapolate to ROI?
10/20/2015 by Leonel Zapien Lopez
What I have experienced is that there is a very thin line between changing requirements versus lack of proper definition of stories and acceptance criteria that can lead to scope creep, even in an Agile environment.
10/19/2015 by Kenneth Adams
Everything is moving faster, so agility is needed now more than ever. In this article, I’ll dive into the best and most important reasons for implementing Scrum.
10/16/2015 by Mat Chacon
The difference between user stories and use cases can be challenging to understand and explain, especially if your team is making a transition from a Waterfall software development environment to Agile and Scrum.
10/15/2015 by ABHISHEK KUMAR SRIVASTAVA
Our formerly high-performing team had drifted into silos. Now the question was, how to break out again?