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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.
8/8/2017 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.
8/3/2017 by Avinash Tripathi
You might have wondered often and asked yourself the question, "What am I? A trainer, a coach, or a teacher?"
8/2/2017 by Valerio Zanini
MVP is a buzzword these days, yet the reality is that often the true meaning of an MVP is misunderstood.
8/1/2017 by Somashree Bhattacharya
As Agile has spread, the "individual" who was at the center of the process often takes a back seat to the fancy tools and apps. Remember to keep the focus where it belongs: on the human element.
8/1/2017 by Jack Reed
Ideas for improving the Daily Scrum can be taken a little too far. Here are common problems I've seen, as well as what does work for my team.