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5/31/2016 by Samantha Webb
There is a wave of advocacy among my ScrumMaster peers that you may have seen if you participate in some of the Agile conversations on Twitter under #pubretro.
5/26/2016 by Srividya Natarajan
Our team delivered value every sprint because of the way it was organized across on-site and offshore offices. We had a highly motivated team. Here I highlight some of the factors that led to the success of the project.
5/26/2016 by Saumya Nigam
We don’t aim for absolutely accurate estimates. So the obvious question is, what in fact are we looking for?
5/25/2016 by Meetu Singh
Culture is defined as "the ideas, customs, and social behavior of a particular people or society." Regional culture has played a vital role in Agile adoption and has often become a roadblock.
5/25/2016 by Wajih Aslam
Here is a comparison of the total percentage of brainpower put forth on a project from two teams: a Scrum team versus a non-Agile team.
5/24/2016 by Abhijeet Verma
The culture of learning germinates at the moment an Agile team realizes its shortcomings and begins to take regular steps toward improvement. With this in mind, we decided to implement a continuous retrospective method in our team.
5/24/2016 by Eduardo Hernández Rangel
Is Scrum a silver bullet for software development? It's certainly important, but culture trumps all else.
5/23/2016 by Marie Louise Guernsey
When I am approached for a position as a ScrumMaster or an Agile product manager, I know that the hiring managers usually are really looking for an experienced trainer or coach to educate and transition teams to Agile. A series of specific questions helps determine whether the fit may be right.
5/20/2016 by Vladimir Bushin PMP
This is a story about a daily game that helps teams gel and reinforces Scrum the values of focus, courage, openness, commitment, and respect. And we came upon it almost by accident.
5/19/2016 by Frederic Mastropasqua
In our area we have a large local Agile user group and have had to create several subgroups and events to support our many members. One such recurring event is the new Lean Beer event. I would like to share how we run our it so that it will be easier for others to run similar events.