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4/1/2016 by Sekhar Burra CEC CST
Frameworks are good, but they are not everything. I like every commercial framework on the market, because they all offer me something new to learn. But none is a silver bullet.
3/31/2016 by VINCENT DETHURENS,Jim Starrett
Bottomline recently worked with its six teams in Geneva, Switzerland, to transition to Agile. Here's how the process worked and the amazing success rates we saw.
3/30/2016 by Vikas Gupta,Pallavi Kelapure
Data conversion from legacy to new Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is a critical success factor for any ERP deployment. This article suggests an approach using Agile methods for a rapid and risk-free ERP deployment.
3/29/2016 by Sandeep Paudel
We all know that changing people's behavior is not easy. However, I found that techniques from my social marketing days worked well in transitioning my team to Scrum.
3/28/2016 by Erich Buhler
It may be time for you to rethink your organization's use of Scrum. Let us begin by discussing the current situation within markets, understanding what it is that you can do and where to focus the efforts of your organization.
3/25/2016 by Saad Ali Jan
To understand Agile, let's take a look at the Cynefin framework.
3/24/2016 by Marco Mulder
Many Scrum teams suffer from overly long sprint planning meetings that don't result in backlog items that are ready to be smoothly implemented. In this article, I list five powerful tips to help optimize backlog refinement.
3/23/2016 by Rumesh Wijetunge
The need to scale Agile is growing by the day. But one of the problems most companies face is how to scale Agile properly. Here are some of the things our organization tried and learned.
3/22/2016 by Robin Hackshall
In order for a team to be self-organizing, members of the Scrum team may need to become self-managers. Here are some of the characteristics I have learned to look for.
3/21/2016 by Melvin Mathews
Experience has strengthened my belief that the retrospective meeting is still the strongest tool in the Agile toolbox to make our team, project, and company better.