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8/19/2016 by Iffat Maliha
Estimation is a key step in any kind of work accomplishment and forecasting, and the IT world is no different. Here are some top challenges teams face when estimating, and best practices for overcoming those challenges.
8/18/2016 by Srikanth Davuluri
Based on my own experiences of enterprise-level Agile transformation, I have listed key challenges and how to overcome them.
8/18/2016 by Sourav Singla
We use the test-management tool AgileCraft. This guide can help you use this tool to transition to Scrum.
8/17/2016 by Ashbel Joshua
When transitioning to Agile, it's often best to measure first success not according to projects completed but according to the extent to which the overall team takes to its new roles and principles.
8/17/2016 by AshokKumar Pandey
A DevOps adoption journey involves both technical change and organizational change. Here are some strategic issues your organization can address that can dramatically improve technology delivery capability.
8/16/2016 by Alex DiPasquale
Our experience and willingness to learn help us hone the nuances of the ScrumMaster role. One of these nuances is creating a strong, collaborative relationship between the team and the product owner.
8/16/2016 by Priyanjana Deb,Abhik Datta
To improve a software development project, it is critical to measure its current performance, and a consistent measurement system is required. In our opinion, the focus of measurement should be on the number of working features being developed at any given time.
8/15/2016 by Alhad Akole
Agile frameworks are often customized by those who aren't following the principles fully. Here's why I believe these "tweaked" frameworks don't serve the purpose.
8/15/2016 by Jenny Karunakaran
The FISH! philosophy plays on what is positive about Scrum and amplifies it. Read about the philosophy's four basic principles and how you can apply them at work.
8/12/2016 by Yashasree Barve
Most of the Scrum events that help us inspect and adapt are reactive in nature. What can help Scrum teams think proactively about the product and the process?