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6/19/2015 by Steve Ostermiller
Here is why I recommend using Scrum as one of the simplest frameworks for organizing people and work in any industry, business function, or household.
6/18/2015 by James Prieto
Knowledge workers, who are hired to think, need spare time and space for thinking, learning, innovating, and creating solutions that meet the needs of all stakeholders. Giving slack is especially important during a transformation to Agile practices.
6/18/2015 by Jaya Shrivastava
Planning for software development is similar to planning for a treasure hunt. You can't find treasure only by planning for it.
6/17/2015 by Randy Wilk
So, your organization has realized that it's time to transform your development shop to Agile. Great! But your biggest question is: Where do I start?
6/17/2015 by Prabhu Missier
Let me tell you why a Sprint Zero makes little to no sense at all.
6/16/2015 by Sanil Xavier John
I have prepared a PowerPoint presentation that introduces Scrum at colleges where I have given lectures on the Agile and Scrum frameworks.
6/16/2015 by Diego Moura
Em meados de 2009 fui chamado para trabalhar em uma empresa que estava implantando o framework Scrum. Naquela época não tinha a menor ideia do que era desenvolvimento ágil de software e muito menos o que era Scrum. . . .
6/15/2015 by Venkata Sita Ramanjaneyulu Godugu
In my 15 years' experience, I've come across people who think either in terms of the traditional Waterfall framework or the Agile framework. I have classified them as the Fixed Mindset and the Agile Mindset.
6/15/2015 by Kaushik Saha
Everyone has preferred practices for executing certain aspects of Scrum consistently and well. What follows are mie.
6/12/2015 by Shane Tanzymore
I can understand the confusion of new staff who are immediately told that stand-ups are not status meetings. Just because it looks like a duck and sounds like a duck . . .