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10/6/2017 by Lucho Salazar
Here is a look at the Agile approach as applied to the Iron Triangle.
10/5/2017 by Arthur Moore
As an Agile coach, you are a keen observer. You have armed yourself with all the indicators of team dysfunction. You’re prepared for anything that can be wrong with a team or needs improvement. What could possibly be missing?
10/4/2017 by Roopak Jain
ScrumMasters must develop a deep understanding of what motivates each member, in order to create synergy within the team.
10/3/2017 by Anuka Bindhani
Spillover is the inability to meet the "Done" criteria for all stories in a sprint. It is critical to draw patterns from a spillover to identify its root causes and apply the learnings to subsequent sprints to avoid its reoccurrence.
10/2/2017 by Krishna Sagar B V
Although in several enterprise scenarios you can guide your customers through the Scrum development process, not all customers can do this owing to their business environment.
9/29/2017 by Yashasree Barve
Because Scrum focuses on getting work done through a team, leadershipoften does not get to learn or practice Scrum on the ground. But I have found many ways to improve as a leader through practicing Scrum.
9/28/2017 by Shane Billings
A sprint end is a lot of things, but it is not a deadline.
9/27/2017 by Niranjan Nerlige V
Based on my experience in coaching, consulting, and training, I have compiled a list of what are, in my perspective, common Scrum implementation failure points.
9/26/2017 by Marcello Rossi
I do not want to lie: legacy applications are a real pain.
9/25/2017 by Christopher Lewis
The relationship between the product owner and ScrumMaster is a special and meaningful relationship.