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9/8/2015 by Ken Coomes
Inspired by Neal Hartman's "Seven Steps to Running the Most Effective Meeting Possible," I thought it might be useful to outline the seven habits of highly effective Scrum ceremonies for those of us practicing Scrum.
9/4/2015 by Shalu Tyagi
I believe that certain factors are necessary to thoroughly to reap the benefits of Agile, but they are unnoticed or rarely discussed during a project's life cycle.
9/3/2015 by Jaya Shrivastava
Over the course of my career, I've found that quality is much more than what the data from test reports can reveal.
9/3/2015 by Prashant Thomas
Our client was getting frustrated by working with us as a distributed team -- until we made the right changes.
9/2/2015 by Vasanthan Philip
Let's be clear: Agile is here to stay. And because it's not an easy transition, it's best to take it in small steps.
9/1/2015 by Sagar Date
For large organizations with multiple teams, a Retrospective of Retrospectives may help management and stakeholders better understand the needs and operations of the team.
8/28/2015 by Ramesh Lakkaraju
How do organizations balance releasing the best product against meeting time-to-market need? In other words, what's the best way to deal with technical debt?
8/26/2015 by Zoltán Csutorás
A badly managed Daily Scrum is easy to spot, but harder to fix. However, some well-tested strategies can help revitalize the meeting and help the team meet the sprint goal.
8/26/2015 by DamiÃ¡n Buonamico
Use a kaizen board to support effective sprint retrospectives and to prevent some of the common problems that arise during these retrospectives.
8/25/2015 by Eduardo Ribeiro
Remember the scene in the movie "The Matrix," when the main character must choose the red pill or the blue pill? Choosing whether or not to invest fully in Scrum is much the same -- and here's why.