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11/7/2014 by Deepak Joshi
In Scrum meetings, participation of team members, and specifically participating together, is important. At times, however, participation is not balanced in a meeting. . . .
11/6/2014 by Jaya Shrivastava
Sprint Zero allows developers to get acquainted with the work at hand, evaluate the available information, get clarifications, and communicate with clients, which helps prepare a mind-set about how to deliver the project.
11/6/2014 by Raul Herranz
When I teach Scrum courses, there is always a common question: "What does the acronym S.C.R.U.M. mean?"
11/5/2014 by Vinay Krishna
In this post, I'm sharing my encounters with different teams and their understanding of TDD. It's surprising to find that lots of wrong interpretations are still fairly common in the industry.
11/4/2014 by Subramaniam Ramasubramanian
I recently attended a Certified ScrumMaster® (CSM) workshop. I would like to share the key takeaways from the workshop. . . .
11/4/2014 by Satyajit Sarangi
Besides following the standard practices during retrospectives, one of the ways to enhance Scrum's effectiveness is to eliminate the "waste" in your sprints. [Here] are a few things that could help a team improve at frequent intervals.
11/3/2014 by Shane Tanzymore
Nine days completely off the network. Some rule being enforced within the organization. I needed something somewhat relaxing, but productive, to keep my thoughts distracted enough to not drive myself crazy. . . .
10/31/2014 by Greg Corbin
We all know the various roles on a Scrum team and how to iterate over a sprint. . . . A Scrum team will do this over and over again to build great software products. What is missing? . . . When and how do teams come up with brilliant and new innovative ideas?
10/30/2014 by Deepak Joshi
We all know that Scrum games are helpful in building team cohesion, energizing everyone, and breaking the ice for shy teammates. Here is a game that I found very interesting and easy to play.
10/30/2014 by John Maher,Frank Castagna,Alok Kumar
While most of our clients focus on teams and projects, some have reached out to us to scale Agile to large programs and portfolios. This article identifies the key challenges we have encountered when organizations want to adopt Agile at the enterprise level.