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1/24/2017 by Sanjeet Biswas
I want to focus on a few common errors or loose practices that often get woven into stand-ups.
1/24/2017 by Heather Williams
There are times when being an expert isn't enough.
1/23/2017 by Stacey Ackerman
I have been amazed at the innovation and teamwork that can come from third, fourth, and fifth graders. I believe adults can regain that childlike spark; here are few tips and tricks from my observations of our future leaders.
1/19/2017 by Mohammed Firasat Ali
C-suite buy-in is crucial for a successful transition to Scrum. Here are talking points that will show what's in it for them when they support Scrum adoption.
1/19/2017 by Madhavi Ledalla
The ScrumMaster is a constantly evolving role. Here are a few arts that the ScrumMaster must master to sail the ship through turbulent seas.
1/18/2017 by Alan Zucker
New practices have created a tectonic shift in how software is developed. New terms have broad and sometimes overlapping meanings. Here I will define some of these terms and related practices.
1/18/2017 by Mukhthar Shariff
Have you ever wondered what it takes for an organization to transform and to adapt to a new way of working? Read this article to understand the journey of organizational Agile transformation.
1/17/2017 by Manojeet Chatterjee
When organizations are trying to adopt Agile, it is a changing world for them. As a project manager, you must assess certain aspects of the organization before starting a new Agile endeavor.
1/17/2017 by Mhd Mrhaf Halabi
Metrics are essential to the success of an organization. Some of the more important Agile or Scrum metrics are grouped in major categories and summarized in this article.
1/16/2017 by Mariete Sequera Hernandez
When organizations adopt Agile, they sometimes expect "magic" to happen with a few iterations. What they forget is that peopled are involved.