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12/17/2015 by Karunakar M
Recently when undertaking a personal transformation, I had a "eureka" moment: I realized how similar the practices of personal transformation can be to the practices of undertaking a project based on Agile.
12/16/2015 by Muhammad Zakir Khan
Tthe length of a user story can sometimes hinder the development team from getting that story into production. In my experience, the user story should be as short as possible, and here's why.
12/16/2015 by Olufemi Sonuga
I had a conversation recently with a ScrumMaster who failed to see why I had persuaded my teams to adopt a minimum viable product (MVP) approach to Agile. My reply was simply, "Risk management."
12/15/2015 by Abdul Siddiqui
I have personally seen teams reap huge benefits by becoming Agile. This list, based on my own experience and conversations with others, enumerates some of the major advantages.
12/15/2015 by Paul Goddard,Geoff Watts
Over the years, we've facilitated and observed many retrospectives – in fact, we would struggle to guess just how many. Here we share our top 10 tips for running a great retrospective.
12/14/2015 by Manta Mark
When a company is transitioning from Waterfall to Scrum, various issues arise. One is transforming the reporting structure, and another is transforming certain functions.
12/11/2015 by Geraldo Farias
If ScrumMasters are to help the development team to become effective, they always ask this question: Must the ScrumMaster know the technical details that support the implementation of a product?
12/10/2015 by Saad Ali Jan
People often think that "Agile" and traditional Quality Management System (QMS) are two different worlds. However, you might think differently after reading my article.
12/10/2015 by Sayi Sarat Chandra Parvatam
Every firm wants to succeed in its Agile transformation. However, it’s not surprising to know that Agile projects, though well planned, can fail miserably. Let's analyze the reasons why.
12/9/2015 by Garren Heye
If you've ever tried an Agile or Scrum implementation, then you have undoubtedly seen the all-too-common looks of confusion on your students' faces. When my partner Mat and I do a new implementation, we start with the absolute basics.