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4/12/2016 by Vijay Kulkarni
Saying that the Agile teams are self-organized and self-directed does not help new teams perform at their best. Self-organization and self-direction should become the goal of any Agile organization, and that aim should be measured and guided by able leadership.
4/11/2016 by Tomasz de Jastrzebiec Wykowski
I’ve realized that over the years I went through four important steps that helped me grow, but they also helped me develop other leaders. I’d like to share these steps with you, hoping they’ll be useful in identifying where you stand and where you want to go.
4/8/2016 by Vyom Bharadwaj
A ScrumMaster is a person who fully understands Scrum and acts as a servant leader to the Scrum team. Servant leadership as shown by the ScrumMaster has certain important characteristics.
4/7/2016 by Sumanth Reddy Bathula
What is needed to create business value? This article looks at several important factors.
4/7/2016 by Essentia Essien
Feedback in Agile should aid communication, but sometimes feedback problems track back to leadership qualities.
4/6/2016 by Shalu Tyagi
At a company I worked for, we developed a plan to implement Agile in nonsoftware development areas, including support functions such as HR, administration, and training. Here is how it worked for us.
4/6/2016 by Jaap Dekkinga
The motivation for this article came from a story about how hidden factors in the brain shape the way people think about hierarchies and relationships.
4/5/2016 by Jayarajkumar ayyappan
There is a thin line between a ScrumMaster and a facilitator. A good ScrumMaster will remove impediments, and a better one will prevent the impediments from forming and affecting the team to begin with. How?
4/5/2016 by Elena Astilleros
As Agile coaches and ScrumMasters, we get to redefine the language of the workplace. For instance, let’s take the concept of “work-life balance.”
4/4/2016 by Rahul Sawhney
Dealing with problems in product delivery is always a challenge. There are usually multiple ways of dousing flames. Unfortunately, when we are in the thick of things we often get carried away and adopt the first solution that comes to mind.