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8/23/2017 by Ashbel Joshua
Sometimes the best way for a ScrumMaster to lead the team is to follow their lead.
8/23/2017 by Glen Morris
The concept of jidoka and how it can have a groundbreaking impact on software development.
8/22/2017 by Gaurav Saxena
Ongoing learning throughout our lives is a benefit to us as individuals and to our teams in our work.
8/22/2017 by Sudharshan Kumar
Kanboard is a Web-based tool with features and benefits that your organization might appreciate in the implementation of Scrum or, especially, Scrumban.
8/21/2017 by Kristina Stranski
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.
8/18/2017 by Anurag Agarwal
As our team matured in using Scrum, we gradually realized the benefits of the Daily Scrum.
8/17/2017 by Ines Garcia
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.
8/17/2017 by Shivkumar Sankaran
Some of the most enduring lessons I've learned about Agile teams started back when I was a kid setting up my fish tanks.
8/16/2017 by Dr. Dave Cornelius
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.
8/16/2017 by Holger Paffrath
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.