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7/18/2016 by Ranjeet Deshmukh
When I first started as a ScrumMaster with my current employer, the team was excited about the concept of rapid and quick development cycles that would provide incremental value to our customers in short development sprints. . . .
7/18/2016 by Michael Harris
So, what do we mean by Agile productivity? In my experience, Agile teams can waste significant time on this issue.
7/15/2016 by Rohit Ratan Mani
Am I able to coach without ruffling some feathers in an organization in which, as an outsider, I am going to bring about change? Here I would like to highlight a particular strategy called GULP, which has helped me lessen the resistance that change agents so often face.
7/15/2016 by Ashish Mehra
What is the ideal testing strategy for a Scrum team? Having worked with diverse organizations that operate with different styles, I have composed a set of daily tasks and expectations that I have seen to work well for testing in Scrum teams.
7/14/2016 by Michael Kogan
I will share a few ideas and challenges that my team and I faced while doing the retrospectives, and, more importantly, while trying to implement our decisions in subsequent sprints.
7/13/2016 by Gene Gendel
Causal loop diagrams provide a great way to graphically illustrate cause-and-effect relationships between various elements of an organizational ecosystem. I have found that they are highly useful in communicating ideas to my customers, particularly to senior leadership.
7/13/2016 by Ramesh Lakkaraju
In any product development, it is often perceived that documentation plays second fiddle to development in Agile. In fact, in today’s world, both these domains play a key role in the success of a product. So, what exactly is this type of documentation?
7/12/2016 by Alhad Akole
I graduated in industrial engineering way back in 1999. Looking at the underlying topics, methods, and principles that we learned, I see now that they were very much part of today's Agile way of working.
7/11/2016 by Alex DiPasquale
Any time we write code, there is a chance we will create a defect. Sometimes, when working a user story, we find a production defect. How my team handles production defects has evolved as we have matured in Agile.
7/11/2016 by Leza Zaman
Through mainstreaming, key principles of Agile and Scrum have become diffused. My recent encounter with a well-known agency provides a good case study of many of the problems I see when Scrum is introduced and implemented in a diffused or mutated state.