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6/12/2015 by Shane Tanzymore
I can understand the confusion of new staff who are immediately told that stand-ups are not status meetings. Just because it looks like a duck and sounds like a duck . . .
6/12/2015 by Ata Irigoyen
Quiero compartirles algunos aprendizajes que obtuve en un taller que impartí para la creación y manejo del Product Backlog.
6/11/2015 by Holly Suso
The "Agile Avengers" are a pilot Agile marketing team, the first of its kind at our organization. We're fulfilling our goals while serving as agents of change across the whole organization, proving that Scrum isn't just for developers anymore.
6/10/2015 by Manikandan Raman
I conduct frequent Scrum training sessions, and I follow a particular approach to help the participants understand how a sprint retrospective can be used effectively in Scrum. Here's how I do it.
6/10/2015 by Shane Poole
I have been a ScrumMaster for more than six years, but it has only been in the past year that I have really appreciated the importance of having a great relationship with my product owner.
6/9/2015 by Daniel Arrais
Segue um exemplo real que aconteceu comigo. . . .
6/8/2015 by Samuel Nadarajan
One of the big lessons learned in our retrospective of this project was about the importance of ScrumMasters.
6/8/2015 by Prakash Mallappa Pujar
The scaled Scrum model described in this article has become the benchmark for Agile practices in my organization.
6/5/2015 by Stephen Starkey
Booting up a new team in Scrum can be a daunting process -- even more so when that team has never operated in any way remotely Agile. This story is all about a team I have been coaching for a little under a month. Their results have been astounding.
Being a ScrumMaster includes everything from interviewing candidates and onboarding to Agile coaching and release training. Getting to this stage of my career, however, has been quite an adventure.