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3/9/2017 by Bhargav Ram Vedula
The retrospective is the primary ceremony where team members can exchange views, but not everyone is comfortable with them. Here's a technique that, in my experience, helps distributed team members share more openly.
3/8/2017 by James McDonagh
Let's think seriously about what being a ScrumMaster really entails.
3/8/2017 by Manjari Kumar
Agile development does not necessarily lend itself to the kinds of dashboards and reports beloved by managers.
3/7/2017 by Dr. Swapn (Sam) Sinha
Here I'll discuss the benefits of Scrum and how those have played out in two different industries.
3/7/2017 by Stephanie Bryant
When our project ended abruptly, we wondered whether a final retrospective would be worth it. Here's why it was.
3/6/2017 by Holger Paffrath
How collaboration between two enterprises can lead to great things.
3/3/2017 by Joseph Collins
In our fast-paced world, solutions become obsolete faster than bread gets mold. How do early releases help?
3/2/2017 by Jamie Hiss
How could I help my team practice turning their demos into a story?
3/1/2017 by Meenakshi Koul
How many of us are really successful at achieving Agile goals?
2/28/2017 by Jigish Parghi
There is no doubt that software testing automation increases agility. But there is a long process that you have to follow until you can realize the advantages of automation.