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5/11/2017 by Satpal Kaur
Following the principles of Lean means creating more value with fewer resources and reducing waste. I would like to share my thoughts on how following these principles applies to planning and tracking a project.
5/10/2017 by Ronald Breese
In my opinion, as the ScrumMaster, the retrospective is the most important, most impactful, and often the most overlooked place to make a difference within the team.
5/9/2017 by Stephanie Bryant
Heineken's recent political ad is selling not just beer but also something familiar to coaches: teamwork and cooperation.
5/9/2017 by Johnathan Hill
In my opinion, there are four tenets of Agile and Scrum that are indispensable to the team.
5/8/2017 by Srividhya Srinivasan
Scrum has been a huge advantage for our team, for several different reasons.
5/5/2017 by Matteo Tontini
I am particularly interested in and want to focus on one of the Agile values that says Individuals and interactions over processes and tools.
5/3/2017 by Scott Snow
Our team is working toward continuous improvement, accountability, building trust, and delivering quality to our customers. And we're doing it by fining rule-breakers.
5/2/2017 by gayathri shriram
Retrospectives should be stress-free, be they at home or the office. A retrospective is for discussing not only what went wrong but also what went right.
5/2/2017 by William Nicolich
I look for ways to fast-forward to a future when teams can successfully transport more value across the "business/technology gap" than they currently do. Immense value often doesn't make it over to the other side. There are many reasons why, and "responsibility confusion" plays a part.
5/1/2017 by Jayarajkumar ayyappan
Everybody wants a breakthrough improvement, but it isn't easy to achieve. It's easy to instead fall into the trap of implementing an approach with reduced opportunity for continuous improvement