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12/9/2016 by Ronald Breese
My experience is that, to become an effective and fulfilled ScrumMaster, you must try to apply the Agile and Scrum principles to all aspects of life.
12/8/2016 by Amit Tiwari
Big organizations face certain difficulties once they choose to implement Agile for their software development process. Here is one possible solution to some of the problems.
12/7/2016 by Sachin Hattangadi
Waiting until the end of a two-week (or longer) sprint for feedback is not a long time. However, under some circumstances we can make our feedback loop even faster.
12/7/2016 by Mariete Sequera Hernandez
Why, when we decide to adopt Agile, do we not pay enough attention to what is happening in business governance?
12/6/2016 by Scott Weiner,James Hannon
12/5/2016 by Nicholas Meyers
If you feel that the introduction of Scrum may be met with hesitation or trepidation by management, the development team, customers, or others, try using common language to introduce the ideas, instead of the formal Scrum language found in texts.
12/5/2016 by Sourav Singla
Here's a suggestion for using assessment tools to gauge the maturity of a Scrum implementation.
12/2/2016 by Grace Ajayi
Here are some of my top tips for easing a team into a Scrum implementation smoothly.
12/1/2016 by Ines Garcia
How does Scrum support the Agile principles?
12/1/2016 by Shay Peleg
I regularly debunk Agile myths, which come from a variety of client sectors. Here are the most common myths I've faced.