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2/23/2016 by Sreejith N.T.
We have to use a systematic approach to transform a team to Agile in all aspects of its values, principles, and ceremonies. Here are factors that will help sustain a transition once it kicks off successfully.
2/23/2016 by Tiago Palhoto
Teams have become increasingly aware of how important it is to properly embrace the Scrum framework. Nevertheless, there's one aspect that I believe hasn't been properly tackled by most teams: customer engagement in the context of the Scrum framework.
2/22/2016 by Alex DiPasquale
When you ride a bus, nobody assigns you a seat. You find your own way, sit where you like, and generally everything works out for the best. Think of building a team that way, and letting everyone find the place that's right for them.
2/22/2016 by Olufemi Sonuga
There are two approaches a ScrumMaster can take when protecting the team. I think of the options as acting like a shield or being on the firing line.
2/19/2016 by Alhad Akole
Test engineers usually have to do many tasks and play different roles. Here is my list of ideas and practical cases that I have found useful for the QA member to consider.
2/19/2016 by Ravi Sankar Konidena
ScrumMasters play an integral role in estimating the effort needed for projects. They help the product owner present accurate and realistic project details to customers.
2/18/2016 by Michael McCalla
As an Agile coach, I am always looking for analogies to better explain Agile practices. As I recently listened to the forecast of a severe winter storm approaching Philadelphia, I couldn't help but notice the similarities between predicting winter storm snow accumulations and estimating epics.
2/18/2016 by Magnus Dahlgren
What can ScrumMasters or product owners do when new items have been added to the backlog, but they haven't yet been estimated?
2/17/2016 by Ryan Jenkins
Being a ScrumMaster requires a complex and varied set of skills, including how to be a coach and facilitator, resolve conflicts, remove impediments and manage stakeholders. These are the topics that I’m going focus on here.
2/17/2016 by Zahid Owais
"Quality" is one of the most commonly used terms, and at the same time the most misunderstood. There is a great need to understand it, so let's try to explain quality and how we can ensure the quality of our products.