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7/24/2017 by Subhash Pandey
Cost estimation has always been an intriguing point of discussion, as there is no hard-and-fast rule for estimation. Agile encompasses multiple ways of estimating cost.
7/21/2017 by Louise Penberthy
If you’re on a team that isn’t working together as well as it could, try these tactics to help yourself get through the forming and storming phases of group development, establish group norms, and perform well.
7/21/2017 by Michael Rosenberg
Many people overlook the ScrumMaster’s ability to create high-functioning teams through team building and dynamics training.
7/20/2017 by Aaron Tooth
In recent weeks I've been spending some dedicated time talking with product owners from various industries and levels of experience. The goal was to try to better understand the challenges they face.
7/19/2017 by Ruby Roy
I recently had the opportunity to manage a project team and take it from Waterfall to Scrum.
7/19/2017 by Saumya Srivastava
Let’s better understand technical debt and how it affects product quality. We can rescue our Agile team by following best practices and educating stakeholders.
7/18/2017 by Shane Billings
There is nothing inherently wrong with pushing for change, but using Agile as a catchall reason for change will cause ambivalence at best and mistrust at worst.
7/18/2017 by Vivek Sinha
People outside IT may find it difficult to relate the 12 principles behind the Agile Manifesto directly to their work. We need generic phrases that are applicable across industries and that simplify the principles without losing their core essence.
7/14/2017 by William Nicolich
Sometimes we need to ask the same question in a different way to get a different response or to get at the information we need.
7/14/2017 by Mallika V
As an Agile coach, I have seen companies debate one point endlessly: Focus more on delivery than on process.