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11/25/2015 by Emilia Breton
Sprint retrospectives are an amazing tool for teams. However, often there are areas that the team would like to see improved that are beyond its control.
11/24/2015 by Sayi Sarat Chandra Parvatam
Transformation calls for a remarkable effort in tolerating and managing the effects caused by change in the structure of the firm, behavior of the team members, dynamics of the team, reciprocal action of the stakeholders, process implementation, and tool usage.
11/23/2015 by Dele Oluwole
A number of Agile frameworks and technical practices can be combined for the successful implementation of Agile projects. But before an organization gets to the point of combining frameworks, it must be ready to learn and sometimes even fail in the process of learning.
11/13/2015 by Saad Ali Jan
The only people in the entire organization who have up-to-date information on the product domain and the technical domain, and who know who is doing which work now, are the experts on the team. This is at the heart of reducing chaos in product delivery.
11/12/2015 by Alan Zucker
The triple constraint is well known, but it has its problems. Here I propose the "project box" for describing the interaction of time, cost, quality, and scope for many software projects.
11/11/2015 by Stacey Ackerman
My family has been a Scrum team since long before the word Scrum first entered my vocabulary. No, we don't play rugby or build websites. It's how we work as a team that makes us a Scrum family.
11/10/2015 by Samantha Webb
Distributed Scrum is never going to be easy, but there are ways to make it easier. Here is a practical guide for ScrumMasters of distributed teams to make the process work as best it can.
11/9/2015 by Chinthaka Pietersz
Is it difficult for testers to adapt to Scrum? I don't think so, but here are what I think are the difficulties -- and the rewards.
11/5/2015 by Terry Floyd
In my experience, certain factors can slow teams down or even stop them in their tracks. But if we "walk our pets" in Agile, we can avoid some of these problems.
11/4/2015 by Brent Breaux
Most teams understand the value of defining stories. Often, though, teams are challenged to define an item as to whether it is ready to get from the product backlog into a sprint backlog.