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8/13/2014 by Raju K
Teams often conduct sprint reviews as though they are just another project status meeting. . . . There are better ways. In this article, I present how the PRINCE2 Quality Review technique can be tailored to deliver an effective sprint review.
8/12/2014 by Gene Gendel
Not too long ago, I came across the online coaching tutorial offered by one of the learning and performance support resources for the company where I served as a coach. . . . But as I progressed through the tutorial, something did not feel right.
8/11/2014 by Robin Dymond
Why did the federal and state governments, on something as high profile as health care reform, decide to use Waterfall, a risky 40-year-old process, to manage the delivery of health insurance exchanges?
8/8/2014 by Raghu Challapilla
The concept of "well-structured noise" is interesting. It introduces chaos in a system, taking it to a "far from equilibrium" condition. . . .
8/7/2014 by Steven Crago
Over the years, I have heard just about every excuse imaginable as to why someone cannot do Agile. . . .
8/1/2014 by Tamma Rajkumar Manda
The real success of Agile is . . . a mind-set change. This won't happen just by imposing rules and regulations until the people working on the team feel the essence of it. How to transmit this essence and bring the best of Agile out in others is my discussion point.
7/31/2014 by Glenn Bowering
Technical debt is a great analogy, because it takes a fairly complicated technical topic and creates an abstract analogy that is easily understood by anyone who's ever borrowed money. . . .
7/30/2014 by Mani Khanuja
The irony is that Scrum projects eliminate the untenable role of a project manager. Does eliminating the role also imply that we can do away with the talents and responsibilities of a project manager?
7/29/2014 by Madhavi Ledalla
This article talks about joint retrospectives -- why they are needed, who participates, when and where they are held, how they are handled, and their benefits and challenges.
7/28/2014 by Hesham Amin
One of the core Agile practices is to inspect and adapt. . . . We should work on maximizing the benefits of the retrospective meeting and adapt according to its outputs, or it will turn into a useless ritual.