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7/27/2016 by Jaakko Koivula
Scrum doesn't depend on knowing everything about the project beforehand, but it does depend on our knowing the process and being rigorous about it.
7/26/2016 by Raju K
There are times when our human tendency to remember the bad can stand us in good stead.
7/25/2016 by Vishal Prasad
Is it time already to identify the new set of principles that changes the face of software development?
7/22/2016 by Dr. Swapn (Sam) Sinha
Weighing the positive and negative attributes of Agile helps project managers make better decisions about their software development life cycles.
7/22/2016 by Rasmus Kaae
As an experienced coach and trainer, I have been preaching the importance of enabling teams to become great, able to work more efficiently and have more fun. But what are the characteristics of a great team, and what are the signs that yours has actually become one?
7/21/2016 by Roberto Bera
"Trout of Avigliana" is a metaphor for doing things in a formal way but with a bit of cheating. I think that the world of software development is full of "trout of Avigliana" with regard to Scrum and Agile adoption.
7/21/2016 by Ryan Jenkins
When engaging in an Agile adoption, move the needle, but don't expect to be going 0–60 mph in four seconds in your first month.
7/20/2016 by James Mortensen
When I've worked with new Scrum teams, I have found that they're confused about the importance of using fixed time intervals for sprints. Here's a very simple way to help.
7/19/2016 by Danny Lopez
Kanban's lightweight nature allows for easy integration with Scrum. Let's take a look at how to use Kanban as a technique within your Scrum framework, by breaking down its five core properties.
7/19/2016 by Erich Buhler
Recently a CEO asked me, "What is the meaning of culture in our organization? Is culture what most areas of the company do? Is it what management says? Is it what I tell people to do?" The answer is rather more exciting than this.