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.
2/29/2016 by Cliff Gardner
When asked how I'd build courage on a Scrum team, I'll put my answer in the vernacular of baseball.
2/29/2016 by Amit Maheshwari
Refinement, also known as "grooming," is one area where the Scrum framework has intentionally left little guidance to go by.
2/26/2016 by Rumesh Wijetunge
In a traditional Waterfall engagement, requirements are often documented and questions are tracked in a Q&A log. Are such logs useful in Scrum?
2/25/2016 by Subramanya Mudukutore
Software development has been transforming since its beginning, and the quest to find the best model for development is ongoing.
2/24/2016 by Todd Holden
As software teams, we have an innate desire to create new and exciting things about which we are passionate -- hence the reason most of us got into this work. As business leaders, we should provide opportunities to allow this creativity on the part of our teams.
2/24/2016 by Wajih Aslam
Scrum is all about dealing with large and complex projects by increasing the productivity and the quality of the product. Unfortunately, when Scrum is applied to traditional software development teams, often it reduces the team's productivity rather than increases it.
2/23/2016 by Sreejith N.T.
We have to use a systematic approach to transform a team to Agile in all aspects of its values, principles, and ceremonies. Here are factors that will help sustain a transition once it kicks off successfully.
2/23/2016 by Tiago Palhoto
Teams have become increasingly aware of how important it is to properly embrace the Scrum framework. Nevertheless, there's one aspect that I believe hasn't been properly tackled by most teams: customer engagement in the context of the Scrum framework.
2/22/2016 by Olufemi Sonuga
There are two approaches a ScrumMaster can take when protecting the team. I think of the options as acting like a shield or being on the firing line.
2/22/2016 by Alex DiPasquale
When you ride a bus, nobody assigns you a seat. You find your own way, sit where you like, and generally everything works out for the best. Think of building a team that way, and letting everyone find the place that's right for them.