Read about the experiences and ideas of Agile colleagues around the world, and share your own thoughts here. You can also visit
, which features blogs by experts in the fields of Scrum, Agile, and the broader business world.
8/11/2017 by Andy Pagan
Why are we so afraid of being a little bit embarrassed, ashamed, flustered, frustrated, or criticized?
8/10/2017 by Atul Kumar Sinha
Using a Definition of Ready can, like using a Definition of Done, save a development team time, effort, and frustration while leading to a better result.
8/10/2017 by Anurag Prakash
I believe that task estimation in Agile is starting to lead to a series of problems.
8/9/2017 by Leonel Zapien Lopez
There has been a lot of controversy in Scrum literature over how to handle spikes. I would like to share what I have experienced, which has provided great results with different projects and teams.
8/9/2017 by Sahil Potdar
Velocity is often considered the most significant measure of an Agile team’s productivity. This can be problematic, but there are viable alternative measures.
8/8/2017 by Declan Appleyard
In the IT industry, we often fall into the trap of arguing when what we really need is a thoughtful debate.
8/8/2017 by Angel Luis Lozano Sánchez
I am coaching a transition to Agile, and I'm finding it useful to create an alliance within the company, to help further the transition.
8/7/2017 by GIRISH KHEMANI
I believe a comparison of classic versus Agile requirements engineering speaks for itself.
8/4/2017 by Prabhneet Suri
I think that somewhere along the way, as organizations, we become confused about the skill set we’re looking for in a ScrumMaster.
8/3/2017 by Shane Billings
It is not uncommon to have multiple backlogs in a development environment, but it may be hard to recognize that as the real situation.