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3/13/2015 by Ebin Poovathany
What is quality? Each of us has different definition. Let's focus here on software product development and how quality is related to customer collaboration.
3/12/2015 by William Nicolich
Indecision has stayed in the shadows as an implied and perhaps enigmatic problem in software development. To know how to address it, I argue, is pay dirt.
3/12/2015 by SAVVY KATHAM
Agile projects start with great expectations. However, we mustn't take this pace for granted. Understand the latent risks, and mitigate them proactively.
3/11/2015 by Raghu Challapilla
I remember walking home from work one rainy evening in downtown Seattle. I was a happy man, and it wasn't an unusual day. I loved working at my company and my manager brought out the best in me. . . .
3/11/2015 by Attila Nyeste
Undoubtedly both the inspect-and-adapt mind-set and retrospective meetings are cornerstones of Agile/Scrum. However, I have worked with quite a few teams that struggled to set KPIs and produce metrics for their counteractions.
3/10/2015 by Prince Kumar Mishra
Every organization faces patches of rough weather in its journey toward success. Here's a case for adopting Scrum to tackle some of the most common yet tricky problems.
3/10/2015 by Andrew Lin
Throughout the years of my career as a project manager, ScrumMaster, and product manager, I have discovered all kinds of rules, laws, and principles. I have collected those related to Agile and Scrum here; I hope they can provide some insights for you.
3/9/2015 by Luca Mezzalira
Feedback loops help on a daily basis with project improvement and delivery success. Don't be afraid to try new techniques to improve your team and your company.
3/9/2015 by Joana Penha-Lopes
Can a company adopt Agile successfully even if it is not IT-driven and has no methodology in place? Yes, it is possible. Let me tell you my story.
3/5/2015 by Bradley Nelson SPC LeSS CLPPMP CSM CSP PSM
Under the right circumstances, a new Scrum team can rapidly be taught just enough Scrum to kick off a real-world project in two and one-half days. This is like a car accelerating from zero to sixty in under six seconds!