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5/10/2016 by Samir Goswami
In software development, the term "quality" has always been an area of concern. Because customers are the entity around which an organization's business strategy grows, they are the driving force that defines quality. This approach basically keeps you focused on "what customers need."
5/10/2016 by Liz Lewinson
I recently interviewed for a coaching role. The teams were definitely having problems; the good news is that an Agile coach can slowly untangle all the issues. But here's the key: Scrum works, but scrambled Scrum does not.
5/9/2016 by Primitivo Cachero Viejo
Much has been said about the term "Agile estimation." My aim is not to focus on estimation techniques but rather to talk about why we estimate at all.
5/6/2016 by Lloyd Jones
I was toying with the idea of a game around work in progress (WIP), which can be incredibly stressful for teams. As part of a group effort at a meeting, we came up with a result that covers even more than my original intentions.
5/5/2016 by Michael Kuesters
Many software developers think that contracts are something outside their domain. Sales people and executives sign contracts. The legal department writes them. Wrong!
5/5/2016 by Saad Ali Jan
I give Scrum a high rating because of the top benefits my team and I have realized: transparency, self-organization, and trust.
5/4/2016 by Vikas Jain
Traditional methods of project management have always found it challenging to embrace change. Is there a different potential approach toward managing work? We need a method that has seamless and nimble acceptance of change.
5/4/2016 by BHARATHI THIYAGARAJAN
Whether we realize it or not, we live in an age of anxiety, a condition in which the mind is pulled in different directions. This results in an emotional state of distress that dominates our thoughts. It is a reaction to our circumstances, but it's also a choice.
5/3/2016 by Peter Geiser
Scrum seems to be a bit like bread: When it is fresh, it is very tasty, and everybody likes a slice of it. But after a few sprints doing the same routines for planning, dailies, reviews, and retrospectives, Scrum may turn stale.
5/3/2016 by Joanna Koprowicz
What business wouldn't want to reduce waste, build a culture of knowledge, minimize risk, maximize the delivered business value, and be able to swiftly adopt to changing business needs or economic conditions. . . . Then why do some organizations accept so much waste?