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9/11/2017 by Jason Moccia
Design sprints enable business teams to use the same processes and terminology that IT teams use with Scrum. The goal is to foster better communication between business and IT by creating parallel, complementary processes.
9/8/2017 by Daniel Dojcinovski
Teams often ask me, "What else does the ScrumMaster do?" I try to show them how the ScrumMaster is not only a coach for the IT team but can also be a coach for the enterprise as a whole.
9/7/2017 by John Maher,Frederic Champlain
A "whole systems" Agile assessment model helps us better understand the organizational dynamics that might present challenges or leverage points for Agile adoption in organizations we work with.
9/6/2017 by Horia Balog
Here is a set of core principles and concerns to guide leaders in an Agile organization.
9/5/2017 by Erik Hansen
There are some strong advantages to what I call the "Chaos user story."
9/1/2017 by Shane Billings
Team stability perfectly exemplifies how Agile follows a different view than traditional mindsets.
8/31/2017 by Veerendra Sontakke
Let's discuss the core Scrum values, how to build them into a team, and what happens if the team lacks any of them.
8/31/2017 by Jessica Anderson
Here is a fun spin-off on the 5 Whys retrospective format. It's a favorite of my teams.
8/30/2017 by Ajay Chandna
I would like to articulate my understanding and appreciation of the fundamental pillars that lead to the benefits of Agile — the acts of "being" Agile rather than just "doing" Agile.
8/30/2017 by Chad Kanyer PMP CSM
Let’s get closer to self-actualization, and let’s use the Scrum framework to do so.