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8/16/2016 by Priyanjana Deb,Abhik Datta
To improve a software development project, it is critical to measure its current performance, and a consistent measurement system is required. In our opinion, the focus of measurement should be on the number of working features being developed at any given time.
8/15/2016 by Alhad Akole
Agile frameworks are often customized by those who aren't following the principles fully. Here's why I believe these "tweaked" frameworks don't serve the purpose.
8/15/2016 by Jenny Karunakaran
The FISH! philosophy plays on what is positive about Scrum and amplifies it. Read about the philosophy's four basic principles and how you can apply them at work.
8/12/2016 by Yashasree Barve
Most of the Scrum events that help us inspect and adapt are reactive in nature. What can help Scrum teams think proactively about the product and the process?
8/11/2016 by Michael Kogan
My team and I have experience working within a Scrum framework while interdependent teams didn't, or did but weren't synchronized with us. I've made observations and gained insights that have guided me along the way, and I would like to share them in this article.
8/8/2016 by Amit Kulkarni
In a major project worked on by teams in two countries, one of the things we focused on was end-user satisfaction through the implementation of a "one-team" culture.
8/5/2016 by Ting Ting Guan
As a team, if we want to transfer to an Agile way of working, we have many ways to start. But as a manager, if I want to be an Agile manager, how can I start?
8/4/2016 by Alhad Akole
When people are introduced to Agile, they see or hear different terms that leave them confused. When I coach, I promote a term, AaaC, to try to clear up some misunderstandings.
8/3/2016 by ERICH OROZCO
One of the challenges facing organizations during transitions to Scrum is how to deal with functional knowledge silos. It is very tempting for an organization to allow managers to fill knowledge gaps by sharing people across teams. This practice, however, has specific detrimental effects.
8/2/2016 by Robin Hackshall
Development teams can aim to encourage Independent Enquirers, who display analysis and planning skills to break ideas down into small steps, setting targets for the completion of that work.