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12/22/2015 by Betcher Robert
When looking back on my career and more than 20 years of software development, I can't help but think about how much the information technology sector has gone full circle, much like the fashion industry.
12/22/2015 by Paul Post
After only five years of my 15 years leading projects, it became apparent to me that conflicting priorities during a project would remain the greatest threat to its success. Will technical or business considerations drive the life of the project?
12/21/2015 by Rasmus Kaae
Agility is referred to by everyone these days. It's a good thing. However, it is worrying that the perception of Agile is different depending on context.
12/21/2015 by Saad Ali Jan
Test automation is an essential component of Agile development, and we have tested a recent product in a way that helped us deliver quickly and configure efficiently.
12/18/2015 by Durgesh Kumar Mishra
Scrum is based on the empirical process, and I like the metaphor of the "Scrum Flower" to describe what upholds and nourishes a healthy and productive Scrum team.
12/17/2015 by Amir Nasiri
As project managers, we struggle over what the right methodology is, and then how to use it. This article will explore how to make that decision, and when to make it.
12/17/2015 by Karunakar M
Recently when undertaking a personal transformation, I had a "eureka" moment: I realized how similar the practices of personal transformation can be to the practices of undertaking a project based on Agile.
12/16/2015 by Muhammad Zakir Khan
Tthe length of a user story can sometimes hinder the development team from getting that story into production. In my experience, the user story should be as short as possible, and here's why.
12/16/2015 by Olufemi Sonuga
I had a conversation recently with a ScrumMaster who failed to see why I had persuaded my teams to adopt a minimum viable product (MVP) approach to Agile. My reply was simply, "Risk management."
12/15/2015 by Paul Goddard,Geoff Watts
Over the years, we've facilitated and observed many retrospectives – in fact, we would struggle to guess just how many. Here we share our top 10 tips for running a great retrospective.