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7/24/2015 by Venkatesh Jagannathan
Although Agile's inner workings are complicated, we should realize and understand them cognitively instead of just following them blindly out of determination.
7/24/2015 by Arvind Kaul
Next time you're looking for a ScrumMaster, consider these two important qualities.
7/23/2015 by Eduardo Ribeiro
Agile adoption can be a real Twilight Zone for many people, holding them back from full adoption and creating anti-patterns that cause Agile to fail. Here are some ways I try to help in these situations.
7/23/2015 by Andy Deighton
Do we suffer from an overreliance on tools -- one that distracts us from an important concept in the Agile Manifesto?
7/22/2015 by Damien Corbishley
After adopting Scrum, we made massive improvements in our organization -- but the interface with our outsourcing partner was becoming fragile. Here's how we helped bridge the gap.
7/22/2015 by Venkata Gayatri Krishnamurty Pammi
In studying value, I reached out to teams and got collective feedback that stated, "Either we fail to understand end-user experience, or we do not give much weight to it." Here are some thoughts about better supporting user experience.
7/21/2015 by Gautam Ramamurthy
When considering ways to coach my teams to focus on continuous improvement, I came across a process called Appreciative Inquiry (AI), which focuses on possibilities, not problems. I've used it to help teams focus and perform at a higher level.
7/21/2015 by Alhad Akole
In 2007, when I was introduced to the concept of eXtreme Programming (XP), our team was ultimately able to achieve zero-defect deliveries. When I think about what enabled us to achieve this, I can offer the following thoughts.
7/20/2015 by Catherine Pratt
Stop trying to document every single risk, issue, assumption, dependency, and task milestone that could ever impact a project, and start actively managing the main, most important risks across teams.
7/20/2015 by Thomas Feger
Have you ever wondered why some Scrum teams perform well and others don't, even though they're all cross-functional teams with motivated, T-shaped people?