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8/24/2017 by Shane Billings
There is enormous pressure placed upon all of us to succeed. But it is counterproductive to focus excessively on success without acknowledging and taking advantage of the inevitable failures.
8/24/2017 by Sal Washah PhD-CSP-CSM
Various techniques and approaches are offered in an effort to help the Scrum Team enhance its performance. Here are some practical actions that I have found most helpful, based on my experience and many years of being an Agile team coach.
8/23/2017 by Ashbel Joshua
Sometimes the best way for a ScrumMaster to lead the team is to follow their lead.
8/23/2017 by Glen Morris
The concept of jidoka and how it can have a groundbreaking impact on software development.
8/22/2017 by Gaurav Saxena
Ongoing learning throughout our lives is a benefit to us as individuals and to our teams in our work.
8/22/2017 by Sudharshan Kumar
Kanboard is a Web-based tool with features and benefits that your organization might appreciate in the implementation of Scrum or, especially, Scrumban.
8/21/2017 by Kristina Stranski
A year ago, our team was moved into one shared room — and it seemed like a terrible idea. Now, if you asked any of us about going back to cubes, the thought of losing our Scrum room would induce a mini panic attack.
8/18/2017 by Anurag Agarwal
As our team matured in using Scrum, we gradually realized the benefits of the Daily Scrum.
8/17/2017 by Ines Garcia
A common misbelief has been haunting company culture for more than 20 years, stating that stakeholders and delivery teams want different things. We must kill this myth.
8/17/2017 by Shivkumar Sankaran
Some of the most enduring lessons I've learned about Agile teams started back when I was a kid setting up my fish tanks.