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3/22/2016 by Robin Hackshall
In order for a team to be self-organizing, members of the Scrum team may need to become self-managers. Here are some of the characteristics I have learned to look for.
3/21/2016 by Melvin Mathews
Experience has strengthened my belief that the retrospective meeting is still the strongest tool in the Agile toolbox to make our team, project, and company better.
3/18/2016 by Ravi Sankar Konidena
Testing has become an integral stage of the software development cycle, with thorough unit testing and documented results required from developers. This article discusses Agile-based and Waterfall-based testing methods for the purpose of comparing the two.
3/17/2016 by Alex DiPasquale
Innovating is a process, it’s an action, it’s a verb! It is the act of evaluating what we’re doing and how to do it better. Here's how our team uses retrospectives to help us innovate.
3/17/2016 by Raghu Angara CSP CSM MBA
If we, as coaches, stop listening to ourselves all the time and tune our ears to people around us, we would learn a great deal about ourselves and our abilities as coaches.
3/16/2016 by Ryan Jenkins
Let's think about the legacies in business that we create and can't see but that have such a lasting impact, like organizational change and corporate culture.
3/16/2016 by SAVVY KATHAM
"Commitment" is and has always been a sensitive word, whether it is used regarding one's personal life or professional life.
3/15/2016 by VENKATA KALLURI
Agile teams generally use velocity as their primary metric. Here are other five metrics, in addition to the more common ones, that can help teams thrive.
3/14/2016 by Michael McCalla
Having thought about it at length, I have concluded that people within an organization that is undergoing an Agile adoption typically fall into one of three groups. Given that it is an election year, I have fittingly labeled these groups Agilists, liberals, and conservatives.
3/14/2016 by Shashank Sinha
The success of a team is always attributed to the captain or the group of players. People typically overlook the coaching staff, which plays a critical role in building the team. How do we learn from this in our daily world of Agile?