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1/16/2018 by Rajesh Kancharla
I have worked with teams who underwent a Scrum framework, and I have also talked to colleagues and friends from other organizations about their experiences. One thing that is common among transformation failures is the “absence of an Agile culture.”
1/15/2018 by Vivek Garg
When considering Agile, we must be careful not to confuse practices with an entire mindset.
1/12/2018 by Rituparna Kar
ScrumMaster training is important, but is it the end of the journey?
1/11/2018 by Tim Meyer
Not all teams need training wheels, but for those that do, they can mean the difference between success and failure.
1/10/2018 by Vrushali Umbarkar
The most critical part of any Scrum project is a well-defined product backlog. How do we effectively define an efficient and productive backlog?
1/9/2018 by Samarjit Mishra
Based on my experience, here are the steps that I would follow for any organizational transformation to Agile.
1/8/2018 by Srividhya Srinivasan
I have been asked many times why we need ScrumMasters in an organization. The answer is easy.
1/4/2018 by Pratik Kothari
Let’s talk about what Agile can and cannot do for several common software development problems.
1/3/2018 by Khushboo Kapoor
In attempt to get away from "blame game" retrospectives, we tried the Radar Retrospective and found that it helped us find solutions and improve communication.
1/2/2018 by Pratik Kothari
The backlog provies a clear path for business and IT — but it is often poorly handled. Here are reasons why a backlog can fail, and how to fix it.