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9/20/2016 by Rohit Vaze
More often than not, the decision to adopt Scrum is driven by inadequate knowledge of the core principles of Agile. People start their journey with full enthusiasm, only to realize later that things are not working out as expected.
9/19/2016 by Anurag Jauhari
Companies can adopt a culture of continuous assessment to inspect the effectiveness of their Agile implementation. My experience is that we did well to ask the following questions.
9/19/2016 by Gowri Goli
One of the fundamental aspects of Agile is the self-organizing team. How does it differ from a Waterfall team?
9/16/2016 by John Coleman
Ever realize that your transformation message isn't connecting? Ever get frustrated thinking, "Why don't they just get it?" Ever feel like you're losing your touch?
9/16/2016 by Christine Thompson
Without a working knowledge of Scrum, I could see how it might be easy to misunderstand the role of someone with the ScrumMaster title.
9/15/2016 by Debashish Ghosh
Agile testing is aligned with the principles of Agile software development. Let’s take a holistic view and understand how quality assurance (QA) is positioned in an Agile environment.
9/15/2016 by Arvind Mundra - CSP CSM PMP
So here is what I do that has worked over the years to get teams in the interest zone to learn more about Agile — both its concepts and implementations — and to relate the importance of an Agile transformation to their own organization.
9/14/2016 by Andy Bacon
A few months ago, I coached a team as they began their journey from Waterfall to Agile. One technique I employed was an information radiator that I named the Agile Adoption Board. It worked out well, so I wanted to share the idea.
9/13/2016 by Prerna Kale
What makes the workplace happy will vary depending on the practices a Scrum team adopts during the product life cycle. I want to elaborate on two specific practices our team uses: discovery and team time, which are helping us live with the product better.
9/13/2016 by Priyanka Yadav
Of the Agile ceremonies, the one that is often treated as an afterthought is the retrospective. To actually make retrospectives useful and effective, I follow a few simple steps.