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4/13/2017 by Gurtej Pal Singh
Most organizations can benefit from DevOps practices if they are implemented wisely. Here are a few common patterns among organizations whose DevOps adoption practices improve their results.
4/12/2017 by Viktor Buzga
Did you ever find it difficult to explain the advantages of user stories over requirements and specifications documents? I did, until I found this daily-life example that makes sense to customers.
4/12/2017 by Ines Garcia
Here is how the Definition of Ready helps improve team velocity.
4/11/2017 by Erich Buhler
When I visit a company, I always try to measure a couple of variables as a good starting point for a change. It helps people secure some important alignment, make their ideas more mature, and keep goals clear.
4/10/2017 by Manjunatha Gopalakrishna
The sprint review is an often misunderstood ceremony. Here are some best practices for improving the way we manage our reviews.
4/7/2017 by Alexander Frumkin
Many clients ask me if they should bring a product owner to their daily stand-ups. My answer is no . . . and yes.
4/6/2017 by Humberto Cordioli
One of the smartest elements of the Agile/Scrum framework is the importance of the roles. It's important to realize what might be lost in the absence of this simple configuration of product owner, ScrumMaster, and development team.
4/6/2017 by Kunjan Upadhyay
This article is my attempt to debunk myths about the MVP as well as to provide a clearer picture of its role in new product development.
4/5/2017 by Jim Starrett,Amjad Gani
As a company assesses its progress toward becoming Agile, it needs a well-understood and shared metric for its success.
4/4/2017 by Brian Milner
Revisiting the history of NASA's race to place a human being on the moon helped me look at this era with new eyes — and with all my experience of Agile and Scrum. What I saw was surprising.