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11/14/2014 by Veli-Matti Anttila
Sometimes it is apparent in software projects that not all the tasks have been completed when the sprint ends. . . . Here is list of some things that might help all of us achieve a much better outcome in our next product increment.
11/14/2014 by Deepak Joshi
The term "developer" became so popular in the last decade that it became a synonym for "programmer." That's no surprise, given the way programmers welcomed the tag. However, "developer" has a broader sense in Scrum teams.
11/13/2014 by Dr Anitha Kumari
Agile project management is an attempt to make the process of software development better and more effective, and it has seen increasing popularity and success. Agile project management has also reached the clinical research industry as a need of the hour.
11/12/2014 by Aakash Srinivasan
More than a decade of coaching and training several large organizations on all things Agile has led me to believe that achieving enterprise agility begins with asking the right questions. . . .
11/12/2014 by Dr. Dave Cornelius
Despite numerous anecdotal claims of Scrum successes in many parts of the world, a lack of empirical evidence exists. . . .
11/11/2014 by Devsena Mishra
Over time, I have seen that whenever any organization thinks about using a new framework and top management communicates this message to middle management, middle management then becomes the key player in its implementation. . . .
11/10/2014 by Madhavi Ledalla
Imagine a scenario in which millions of check-ins are happening every day. One of the main bottlenecks . . . for such organizations is the inability to make testable builds available as quickly as possible. . . . This is the biggest challenge holding them back from timely delivery of working software to customers.
11/10/2014 by Eduardo Hernández Rangel
Scrum and the PMI (Project Management Institute) process are two frameworks that enable software project teams to build complex products based on a well-organized and empirical process. . . .
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.