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Our Scrum Room: The Tree House

Our Scrum Room: The Tree House

A year ago, our team was moved into one shared room — and it seemed like a terrible idea. Now, if you asked any of us about going back to cubes, the thought of losing our Scrum room would induce a mini panic attack.

Why We Aren't Wasting Time in the Daily Scrum Meeting

Why We Aren't Wasting Time in the Daily Scrum Meeting

As our team matured in using Scrum, we gradually realized the benefits of the Daily Scrum.

Agile and User Stories

Agile and User Stories

A common misbelief has been haunting company culture for more than 20 years, stating that stakeholders and delivery teams want different things. We must kill this myth.

Agile Teams and the Art of Aquarium Maintenance

Agile Teams and the Art of Aquarium Maintenance

Some of the most enduring lessons I've learned about Agile teams started back when I was a kid setting up my fish tanks.

Little’s Law, Multitasking, and Getting Things Done

Little’s Law, Multitasking, and Getting Things Done

Little's law helps us see how "pulling" work (rather than assigning it to someone) helps increase our agility and ability to get the work done.

Coaching Agile Leaders

Coaching Agile Leaders

The practice of coaching people or teams to achieve specific goals is a global phenomenon that has existed since the origin of the human race.

Team Transformation Model

Team Transformation Model

I propose a team transformation model, based on a principle of clear rules and goals, that begins with invitation rather than enforcement.

Lean Principles Applied in Agile

Lean Principles Applied in Agile

Lean development is often applied in Agile processes such as Scrum. In fact, the best way to apply the Lean philosophy is through Agile processes.

5 Special Personality Traits That Evolve from Scrum Principles

5 Special Personality Traits That Evolve from Scrum Principles

Scrum advocates several core values that are not only important for software development but also influence us in many ways in our daily lives.

In Agile, a Little Pain is Good

In Agile, a Little Pain is Good

Why are we so afraid of being a little bit embarrassed, ashamed, flustered, frustrated, or criticized?

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