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12/10/2015 by Saad Ali Jan
People often think that "Agile" and traditional Quality Management System (QMS) are two different worlds. However, you might think differently after reading my article.
12/9/2015 by Garren Heye
If you've ever tried an Agile or Scrum implementation, then you have undoubtedly seen the all-too-common looks of confusion on your students' faces. When my partner Mat and I do a new implementation, we start with the absolute basics.
12/9/2015 by Kenneth Adams
In this article I'll focus on the following strategies for scaling your Scrum implementation: How to scale Scrum to large programs and portfolio levels, and how to avoid common mistakes in Scrum.
12/8/2015 by Suda Ramakrishna Thiparthy
What follows is my interpretation of the basics of Scrum.
12/8/2015 by Eduardo Ribeiro
This article identifies questions you can use to create an Agile Maturity Self-Assessment Survey, and it discusses the importance of this type of survey.
12/7/2015 by Karunakar M
Retrospectives provide a platform for the whole team to reflect and learn from the past. Yet some teams consider retrospectives to be the most expendable meeting. This article takes a look at why -- and the reasons to overcome that attitude.
12/4/2015 by Tamma Rajkumar Manda
I've been a process guy during most of my career, but sometimes I believe that process kills creativity. And sometimes Agile can become more of a process than an aid for success.
12/3/2015 by Madhavi Ledalla
Both release management and planning the next product release are acknowledged challenges in complex environments with a legacy of products and hundreds of teams involved. Here are some ideas for addressing these challenges.
12/2/2015 by Teguh Suryadi
Key steps toward becoming Agile can be thought of according to the ABC's.
12/1/2015 by Kathy Loveless
More and more companies are turning to Agile to improve their project success rates, and Scrum is the most popular method. Yet it's a challenge to find candidates with a legitimate Scrum background. How do you find people who are going to move your company forward?