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7/7/2015 by Indhu KP
Burn-down charts are one among the important metrics that help senior management gain insight into the current status of the team. Can they be used to replace status reports?
7/7/2015 by Diwakar Sharma
To successfully scale Agile in an organization requires a balance between securing alignment from other functional areas and coordinating cross-team activities.
7/6/2015 by John Maher,Frank Castagna,Alok Kumar
One area in software that has not yet been addressed adequately vis a vis Agile is the acquisition of packaged software, in spite of the large proportion of companies today that acquire and use it.
7/6/2015 by Rajesh Roy
Being multiskilled in the IT industry is the mantra for success these days. Why?
7/1/2015 by Susanne Albinger
Scrum is all about visibility. But what do you do when important team tasks fall off the radar? We found a novel approach that worked for us.
7/1/2015 by Vijay Bandaru
I would like to summarize, in bullet format, many of the do's, don'ts, and best practices learned during my Agile journey.
6/30/2015 by Suman Bhowmick
Must product owners have technical expertise to do the best job? Here I give you my perspectives on the pros and cons of having technical expertise.
6/30/2015 by Vijay Wade
I recently asked myself whether our Scrum education system is functioning well. Do we simply tell our trainees what to do in a given situation and then make them look for help the moment the situation changes?
6/29/2015 by Rick Waters
We can find many examples of information radiators in our Agile environments: Scrum/Kanban boards, burn-down charts, burn-up charts, product backlogs . . . The list goes on and on. There are a few, though, that go unused yet can prove useful.
6/29/2015 by Akash Prasad
Stories help us understand and remember things. This is a story about a problem we have faced often, especially as a non-Scrum or a non-self-organized Scrum team.