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6/14/2017 by Aaron Tooth
I've seen a pattern of questions emerge nearly every time a new Scrum team forms. Here are five of the most difficult, along with effective answers.
6/13/2017 by Amit Ramesh Kulkarni
What makes a Scrum Team truly a team?
6/12/2017 by Priyanjana Deb,Abhik Datta
It is a struggle for companies that have followed the clearly defined structure of Waterfall to suddenly become pro-change and embrace a new work culture and mindset.
6/9/2017 by Simone Rastelli
I would like to explain and discuss Storyleading, a team game to improve story effectiveness.
6/8/2017 by Horia Balog
Little did I know that embracing curiosity would make such a big difference to me, not only in my work with others but also in my own mindset and attitude.
6/7/2017 by Garren Heye
When a team rejects mid-iteration changes, the stakeholder will often say something to the effect of, “As an Agile Team, shouldn’t you be flexible to changes?”
6/7/2017 by Daniel Dojcinovski
In this article, I talk about what makes a great product owner, along with tricks and techniques for empowering your product owner to be the greatest product owner he or she can be.
6/6/2017 by Kumar Yash
When I enter a new organization as a ScrumMaster, I find it useful to set up a partnership of coaching, working with the product owners.
6/6/2017 by Venkatesh Rajamani
It is essential to balance the human elements of any Agile transformation with the nonhuman, or process, elements.
6/5/2017 by Aaron Tooth
Assuming that cost saving is the objective, offshoring is not fit for purpose. There is nothing inherently wrong with distributed teams — unless the team has been distributed with the intent to save costs.