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9/11/2015 by Geoff Watts
There is an important aspect of being a good Agile coach that is sometimes overlooked. Let's look at the term, why it can create confusion, and the qualities it should encompass.
9/11/2015 by Amjad Shaikh
Almost every time I deliver a session on Scrum, I'm asked this question: Why are the terms used in Scrum so distinctive?
9/10/2015 by Dileepa Madushanka
It's worth considering the practical aspects of your office setup if you want to improve the performance of your Agile team.
9/10/2015 by Sumeet Gupta CSP
The development of a strong Scrum team is surprisingly similar to the development of a strong tree.
9/9/2015 by Marko Majkic
Thinking about Scrum and Agile, and talking about them with others, has led to ideas that I'd like to share about how the FORCE acronym can help us adhere to best practices.
9/9/2015 by Nigel Thurlow
Test-driven development (TDD) should be the aim of any Scrum development team. What I am presenting here is a visual guide to Test-Driven Agile Development.
9/8/2015 by Anderson Diniz Hummel
Scrum values can be so different from an organization's old mindset that they don't make sense at first. This is frequently a problem when it comes to contracts.
9/8/2015 by Ken Coomes
Inspired by Neal Hartman's "Seven Steps to Running the Most Effective Meeting Possible," I thought it might be useful to outline the seven habits of highly effective Scrum ceremonies for those of us practicing Scrum.
9/4/2015 by Shalu Tyagi
I believe that certain factors are necessary to thoroughly to reap the benefits of Agile, but they are unnoticed or rarely discussed during a project's life cycle.
9/3/2015 by Jaya Shrivastava
Over the course of my career, I've found that quality is much more than what the data from test reports can reveal.