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The Effects of Unnoticed Impediments

The Effects of Unnoticed Impediments

When impediments go unnoticed for a long time, they create a severe impact on the team. Here are some ways to help the team raise its awareness of impediments, and mitigate them.

The Shortest Business Day in Our Lives

The Shortest Business Day in Our Lives

Two teams, on two continents, prepare for the daily stand-up. For one, the business day is almost over. There’s only this last, annoying, mandatory daily meeting. It’s only 15 minutes — but is that the best way to greet colleagues on the other side of the world?

Taming the Blame Game Dragon

Taming the Blame Game Dragon

Making a fundamental attribution error is an easy mistake that could be killing your retrospectives. Here's how to understand and avoid it.

Scrumming Agreements

Scrumming Agreements

Well-written team working agreements can ease friction among members in the early stages of team formation — especially if the team practices its new Scrum knowledge in order to form those agreements.

ScrumMasters, Agile Coaches, and the Cult of Personality

ScrumMasters, Agile Coaches, and the Cult of Personality

Your company is hiring a new ScrumMaster or Agile coach. You have the job description, and you have candidates who have the appropriate certifications. Now what?

Reasons to "Do" Agile: The Waterfall of Scrums

Reasons to "Do" Agile: The Waterfall of Scrums

Sometimes people are so eager in becoming Agile that they focus too much on the processes and tools, and they forget about the people and interactions. It's time to step back and be Agile rather than do Agile.

Scrum and Porter's Five Forces

Scrum and Porter's Five Forces

It is impressive how Michael E. Porter's Five Forces model is clearly about what Scrum aims to minimize by defending a key concept: agility.

Educators See Relationships Raise Results

Educators See Relationships Raise Results

Agile values helped Blueprint Education's leadership team meet a serious challenge while also building confidence and strengthening working relationships.  

Scientific Software Development and Agile

Scientific Software Development and Agile

The majority of scientific software development teams operate in disorganized and confusing environments. To help solve these problems, we customized Agile practices with the "three P's" and introduced a new role.

Are You Ready for This Agile "Thing"?

Are You Ready for This Agile "Thing"?

Many organizations feel that by bringing in a ScrumMaster and a coach, Agile adoption starts. This viewpoint is unlikely to lead to success.

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