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What Makes an Agile Leader?

What Makes an Agile Leader?

Leaders play a key role in the success of the organizational Agile transformation. There are specific tasks they should perform before, during, and after that transformation to ensure that it lasts.

Agile Transformation Requires Paradigm Shifts

Agile Transformation Requires Paradigm Shifts

I believe there are several distinct paradigm shifts — major changes to processes — necessary to transform an organization to Agile.

Connecting the Moving Dots

Connecting the Moving Dots

Agility, by definition, means that we allow for needed course corrections and deviations. And Agile gives us methods to make those necessary changes safely.

Demystifying Sprint Planning

Demystifying Sprint Planning

I would like to discuss some common confusion I've seen around sprint planning, and ways our team has tackled the challenges.

As a Remote Employee, You Don't Have to Be an Island

As a Remote Employee, You Don't Have to Be an Island

As remote employees increasingly become part of Agile teams, it's important to learn ways to cope with the dangers of isolation.

From Iron Triangle to Agile Triangle

From Iron Triangle to Agile Triangle

Here is a look at the Agile approach as applied to the Iron Triangle.

Coaching: It's Not All About What's Wrong

Coaching: It's Not All About What's Wrong

As an Agile coach, you are a keen observer. You have armed yourself with all the indicators of team dysfunction. You’re prepared for anything that can be wrong with a team or needs improvement. What could possibly be missing?

Dynamics of X and Y for ScrumMasters

Dynamics of X and Y for ScrumMasters

ScrumMasters must develop a deep understanding of what motivates each member, in order to create synergy within the team.

Sprint Backlog Spillover

Sprint Backlog Spillover

Spillover is the inability to meet the "Done" criteria for all stories in a sprint. It is critical to draw patterns from a spillover to identify its root causes and apply the learnings to subsequent sprints to avoid its reoccurrence.

Bringing Order to a world of Chaos – Scrumban Style

Bringing Order to a world of Chaos – Scrumban Style

Although in several enterprise scenarios you can guide your customers through the Scrum development process, not all customers can do this owing to their business environment.

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