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11/11/2016 by Jeff Himmelright
Once identified, an impediment can become a challenge. Is your team up for a challenge? Then make that challenge a goal. This is the basis of my article: turning a challenge into a sprint goal.
11/10/2016 by Chris Foley
I'm often told that I'm too much of an "Agile purist" and that I'm "not pragmatic." So what does it mean to "be Agile"? Let's consider the12 Agile Principles.
11/9/2016 by Marius Seebach
Last year, I had the opportunity to work on a project for which we would implement the same product twice. I want to share the best practices we followed.
11/9/2016 by Abhijeet Verma
Having used this measure with my team, I would like to focus here on the definition of throughput, as well as the benefits that measuring it can bring to the team.
11/8/2016 by Juergen Mohr
I tried a combination of ShuHaRi and the Celebration Grid to help provide my team with a good picture of their experience with Scrum and what their next growth steps could be.
11/7/2016 by Oscar Correia Junior
In many organizations, innovation is not happening fast enough. However, there are ways to minimize the likelihood of a sinking ship.
11/7/2016 by Kaushik Saha
Determining the MVP is key in Agile delivery. Here are steps to determine your MVP must-have features.
11/4/2016 by Swarna Jayaraman
Knowing Agile and practicing Agile are two different things. When I practice Agile, I realize that there are some misconceptions about it. Here are what I think are the key misconceptions about Agile practices.
11/3/2016 by Ines Garcia
Here's why I promote Scrum as the framework for becoming Agile, and how I believe it works.
11/2/2016 by Alex DiPasquale
On my team, both the ScrumMaster and the product owner contribute to the Daily Scrum. Here's why.