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2/16/2016 by Eve Reed-Hill
When feedback is a waste of time, those in the session tend to feel rejected, defeated, and hopeless. How do we create a healthy feedback session? Through engagement. Activity-based retrospectives will bring the team life and energy.
2/15/2016 by Saad Ali Jan
Test automation is key to Agile development. And being on an Agile team means that we are always addressing these questions: How far should we automate? What should not be included? How quickly can we develop, test, and deliver?
2/12/2016 by Rasmus Kaae
People who work with horses make better leaders, according to a Swedish study. I've found this to be true in my handling of Scrum teams, and here's why.
2/12/2016 by Alhad Akole
In looking at a series of team retrospectives, the data told me that the same issues were resurfacing after every other sprint. That is when I realized that the team should have a Retrospective of Retrospectives.
2/11/2016 by Leandro Pilati
We have tried the Three Amigos planning process (as shared in an earlier member article), and here I'd like to share my thoughts about it, including how we are using it and what areas we have modified for our team.
2/11/2016 by Rumesh Wijetunge
An issue with most IT project teams is that they jump into solution implementation without proper planning. I would like to discuss an important responsibility of a ScrumMaster and a best practice to ensure that proper planning is done.
2/10/2016 by Amit Maheshwari
We all agree with the importance of architects for coming up with logical, physical, and application architecture. However, I have yet to see a team that has a fully committed architect.
2/10/2016 by Ryan Jenkins
Transitioning to Agile is as much about organizational change, empowering your teams, and a mindset shift as it is about changing the way your teams do their day-to-day work. There are a few things that will help you, as a manager, through this transition.
2/9/2016 by Srinivasan Krishnamoorthi
I worked in a program recently wherein part of the work was done in Waterfall and the other part was done in Agile. Here are the problems we quickly ran into.
2/9/2016 by Eugene L.
The distinction between the ScrumMaster and the traditional project manager is often confusing to organizational leaders. This article aims to clarify the differences between the two roles, in an effort to deepen the understanding of how value is derived from each of them.