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5/5/2016 by Saad Ali Jan
I give Scrum a high rating because of the top benefits my team and I have realized: transparency, self-organization, and trust.
5/4/2016 by Vikas Jain
Traditional methods of project management have always found it challenging to embrace change. Is there a different potential approach toward managing work? We need a method that has seamless and nimble acceptance of change.
5/4/2016 by BHARATHI THIYAGARAJAN
Whether we realize it or not, we live in an age of anxiety, a condition in which the mind is pulled in different directions. This results in an emotional state of distress that dominates our thoughts. It is a reaction to our circumstances, but it's also a choice.
5/3/2016 by Peter Geiser
Scrum seems to be a bit like bread: When it is fresh, it is very tasty, and everybody likes a slice of it. But after a few sprints doing the same routines for planning, dailies, reviews, and retrospectives, Scrum may turn stale.
5/3/2016 by Joanna Koprowicz
What business wouldn't want to reduce waste, build a culture of knowledge, minimize risk, maximize the delivered business value, and be able to swiftly adopt to changing business needs or economic conditions. . . . Then why do some organizations accept so much waste?
5/2/2016 by Wajih Aslam
4/29/2016 by Vyom Bharadwaj
Many teams use different estimation techniques from the Agile framework. Two that I have found extremely helpful are Wideband Delphi and Planning Poker.
4/28/2016 by Suresh Konduru
It is well known that BFSI (banking, financial services, and insurance) organizations operate in a regulated and high-risk environment. This article discusses the organizational patterns such companies witness during their Agile transformational journeys, with the premise of that high-risk environment.
4/27/2016 by Alex DiPasquale
The heart of a user story is its acceptance criteria. Because acceptance criteria form the basis upon which we build and test the user story, they must be properly written.
4/26/2016 by Mat Chacon
A health care software technology company was suffering a long history of late releases and unhappy customers. Here's how we turned it around.