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Minimize Risks by Following Scrum Principles

Minimize Risks by Following Scrum Principles

Risks to projects should be identified, assessed, and addressed based on the probability of an occurrence and the impact in the event of the occurrence. Based on my experience, I strongly believe that each Scrum principle has built-in risk management capability.

​Are We Agile Enough for Change?

​Are We Agile Enough for Change?

Our generation has seen the greatest technological advancements. But how mature are we at handling such change? I propose that Agile can help, at both the individual and the organizational levels.

Scrum in Entertainment

Scrum in Entertainment

Recently I was approached to oversee my company's commercial shoots. As a working ScrumMaster, I immediately thought, "Can I use my training and skill set and apply it to the entertainment industry?"

Is Your ScrumMaster a Watchman or a Gatekeeper?

Is Your ScrumMaster a Watchman or a Gatekeeper?

I started wondering how a ScrumMaster can play the many roles people say is part of the job, and I came up with my own description of who I, as a ScrumMaster, really am.

Applying Common Sense to the Agile Framework

Applying Common Sense to the Agile Framework

I'd like to share some steps that I've followed over the years to create Agile teams, resolve conflicts and problems, enhance communication, and improve the working environment.

Program-Level Story Pointing

Program-Level Story Pointing

Over the years, I have witnessed various story-pointing techniques. Some were better than others. I have come up with a system that works pretty well, and I want to share it with you. I hope you find it helpful.

Technical Debt: The Root Cause of Bankruptcy

Technical Debt: The Root Cause of Bankruptcy

Agile software development is like building a new house or maintaining an existing house. With every unit of code we add to the system, we keep adding technical debt.  

Requirements Management in Scrum Projects

Requirements Management in Scrum Projects

The success of any project depends on how the feature requirements are managed. What are the best practices in managing the requirements of a Scrum-based project?

Technical Definition of Done

Technical Definition of Done

Ideally, technical debt must be as minimal as possible. The reality is that it increases linearly with the number of sprints completed. How are we to manage technical debt?

Making Sense of Feature Requirements as They Happen

Making Sense of Feature Requirements as They Happen

Over the years I've often come across situations in which the team delivered a more complicated final product than necessary or desirable. Using Scrum, however, we uncover these misunderstandings much earlier -- and avoid them.

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