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1/12/2017 by Vishal Venkatesan
Design Thinking and Agile share traits, but they are not exactly the same. Here I will describe, from my experience as an Agile coach with a large bank, the ways in which we have integrated the two to benefit both bank and customer.
1/11/2017 by Frederik Vannieuwenhuyse
It's important that the whole product development team is participating during the entire product development cycle. Here's why.
1/11/2017 by Priti Vyas
What makes the military strategies of an 18th-century warrior and general relevant to the Lean-Agile world of today?
1/10/2017 by Matteo Tontini
Let me tell you about my experience working without a true product owner.
1/10/2017 by Saurabh Kumar Jha
Whether story points are related to effort or complexity is still a subject of debate in the Agile world. Most arguments lean toward effort, not complexity. But there is another way to look at it.
1/9/2017 by Luca Bergero
I think that exercising deep and available listening should be the primary focus of a ScrumMaster or a coach.
1/6/2017 by Kun Liang
Some friends still ask me what Agile is, even after their group has run Scrum/Agile for several years.
1/5/2017 by Claire Sewell
It's an ongoing process to figure out how to make Scrum work for your team and your company, which I've come to learn is OK.
1/4/2017 by Krishna Sagar B V
If yours is one of those teams that still estimates in hours, here is a comparison that highlights some benefits realized by moving to story-point estimation.
1/3/2017 by Cornelius Parkin
This article is intended to help Agile practitioners, specifically product owners and business analysts all over the world, improve their user story creation.