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12/23/2014 by Gene Gendel
Imagine: You are about to form a new feature team that is composed of bright, cross-functional experts, self-motivated and self-managed. . . .
12/22/2014 by Ravishankar N
Though in theory the DevOps concepts (such as continuous deployment) could be applied in any model, the true benefits are well pronounced and feasible in an Agile mode of solution delivery.
12/22/2014 by Eugi Bartolo
I am aware this will probably sound a bit outrageous to many Agile purists, but I would like to give my reasons why Agile can exist in a non-Agile project.
12/19/2014 by Deepak Joshi
We've often experienced programmers writing code and the task working perfectly, but later, while we integrated that code with the rest of the application, we faced unexpected results. . . .
12/19/2014 by Vijay Bandaru
I was part of a large-scale Agile transformation recently. It was a great learning experience, and I want to share my experience of the transformation.
12/18/2014 by Robert Boyd
I often find that how work gets from the customer to the team is neglected or poorly understood. I would like to talk about this process and provide a framework for you and your organization to experiment with.
12/18/2014 by Kam Zaman
There has been much hype about Dual-Track Scrum, but not much about how it has been put into practice. I hope this post gives you some idea of how the concepts can be applied in your place of work.
12/17/2014 by Ebin Poovathany
Most of these organizations/teams later talk about the failure of Agile. I have heard many hypotheses about why this project is special and why Agile thinking won't work for this project. If we go a little deeper and examine the situation, we will see that they didn't transform the mind-set of the people involved.
12/17/2014 by Ravi Konduru
Looking at the increasing adoption rate of Agile and the rate at which organizations are heading toward Agile transformation, it is time to formulate a mechanism and a strategy to enable smooth Agile transitions.
12/16/2014 by SAVVY KATHAM
Your project is suffering from PODS -- Product Owner Disappearance Syndrome -- when the availability and commitment of the product owner is not enough to help teams complete the planned deliverables on time.