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4/9/2015 by Ramesh Lakkaraju
Even after embracing Agile, some organizations still struggle to release software to customers as per their commitments. Here is an approach to help.
4/8/2015 by Takuo Doi
Building a self-organizing team is one of the fundamentals of Agile software development, but there is no theoretical model for building a self-organizing team. I have built separate models of the progress of individual team members and of entire teams.
4/7/2015 by PraveenKumar Prem
Testing rarely can be exhaustive, given that we have time constraints. How, then, do we ensure quality? One way is to focus on finding the highest-risk defects.
4/7/2015 by Vishant Sanghavi
Sometimes grooming the backlog for the current sprint is a challenge. Here's how I help get past certain stumbling blocks to backlog refinement.
4/6/2015 by Prabhat Kumar Verma
For me, Agile is a method that excels because it is value driven. Value driven means we're selecting (only) those requirements that are necessary and can give the best benefit in a competitive market.
4/3/2015 by Vinayak Kumbhakern
I hear a common question in sessions, forums, chats, posts, and informal discussions related to Agile topics. . . .
4/2/2015 by Ehtesham Uddin Mohammed
Scrum has taken the industry by storm, and most IT organizations today are using some form of Agile/Scrum. But there are difficulties in implementing it effectively, and therefore in getting the benefits it offers when practiced correctly.
4/2/2015 by Alex Apollonsky CSM PMP
Your company (a start-up, small company, or a division of a larger company) has decided to build a new software product. You are in charge. What’s your first move?
4/1/2015 by Kate Griggs
What happens when it's time to ramp up production from proof of concept to large-scale digital product? It's dangerous to assume that the same team patterns will be appropriate at every size of product development.
3/31/2015 by Deepak Joshi
There are situations where you find that it is not easy to create a cross-functional development team with a T-shaped skill set.