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7/7/2017 by Sachin Sharma CSM
I recently stopped to watch a group of street performers. Their activities spurred me to highlight the following major similarities between a street theater team and a Scrum Team.
7/6/2017 by Shane Billings
We’ve all heard it after asking for prioritization of work items as defined in a product backlog: “It all has to be done.”
7/6/2017 by Ankit Jain
It is hard to imagine any team transitioning from traditional Waterfall to Agile without facing any challenges. Let me share my experiences and some actions that might help.
7/5/2017 by Rajiv Bajwala
Let’s look in detail at several strategies that help distributed teams overcome geographical separation.
7/5/2017 by Anurag Prakash
With the number of books, blogs, and articles out there, one would assume that Agile transformations have become a science. It’s surprising to see the number of failures in Scrum adoption. A common reason is the unavailability of essential ingredients for success.
7/4/2017 by Rajesh Sampath Kumar
These are my five favorite tips for writing effective user stories.
7/4/2017 by Abhijit Jadhav
I want to emphasize the importance of the Daily Scrum meeting and the elements that make it dynamic, productive, and fun.
7/3/2017 by Puja Nigam
I want to raise the discuss the changes Agile requires of the quality manager/assurance manager/process manager. These roles must use Agile principles to adapt, learn, and respond as quickly as the delivery teams.
6/30/2017 by Maryan Tsar
What is the responsibility of the external Agile coach, and what is the responsibility of the client (organization)? How do we ensure that everyone is on the same page regarding those borders?
6/29/2017 by Suresh Konduru
Seeing a need, a group of us embarked on creating an Agile coaching model that would help those coaching senior-level executives through an Agile transformation. We named the model "Exepedia: All that an executive needs."