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5/18/2016 by Terry Harmer
It's always worth asking why if you observe a process or procedure being followed that you don't fully understand. . . .
5/18/2016 by Neenu George
I was lucky to be part of a small pilot project, in which our team worked with Scrum for the first time. We tackled the change by following a series of steps.
5/17/2016 by Frode Helgesen
To collaborate with our distributed team members, we have been using a free tool that lets us all join in collaborative planning and consensus-based estimations.
5/17/2016 by Sanjit Sil
I often hear that 15 minutes is not enough for a daily stand-up. I believe that 15 minutes can be effective if we follow certain rules.
5/16/2016 by Cathy Steele
I worked with an awesome development team that had an Agile training budget of zero and a time allowance during business hours for a two-day deep dive. Therefore I put together the following schedule from hours and hours of YouTube viewing, which I hope might help you as well.
5/13/2016 by Ryan Babbidge
Each of my children uses Agile principles and practices in different ways to accomplish his or her goals. To have my children do this, this early in their lives, gives me great satisfaction because they are learning how to make their lives simpler and more efficient.
5/12/2016 by Robin Hackshall
Whether you are using Scrum or another software delivery method, it is highly likely that you will be working as a group in order to achieve your goals -- you will, in fact, be team workers. What are the necessary traits?
5/12/2016 by Kamisetti Sateesh
How can we make sprint retrospectives more effective? It takes time to create stable teams, but retrospectives play a major role in shaping the team and in making Scrum the right fit for an organization.
5/11/2016 by Patrick Norton
Over the years, I've found that one of the biggest hurdles in getting (and keeping) a team to think in an Agile Scrum manner is the fact that the ScrumMaster is not the boss. As with many things in life, this is easy to say and more difficult to practice.
5/11/2016 by Dr. Swapn (Sam) Sinha
A ScrumMaster is responsible for removing all impediments that stand in the way of the Scrum team during a sprint. Though the role of a ScrumMaster seems pretty straightforward, there are many aspects to what he or she does.