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6/13/2016 by Robin Hackshall
To be able to inspect and adapt in Scrum, members of a software delivery team need to be Reflective Learners. This article discusses some of the criteria of a Reflective Learner.
6/10/2016 by Joseph Albanese MBA CSM CSPO CSP
Recently, I have come to understand that the classical definition of velocity inadequately defines that value in more dynamic and complex environments.
6/10/2016 by Abhijeet Verma
Product backlog refinement is one of the most important ceremonies for Scrum teams. This activity can be simultaneously easy and difficult to perform.
6/9/2016 by Eduardo Hernández Rangel
Having clear business objectives is one of the most important factors one can start with to prevent all-too-common project failure.
6/9/2016 by Saumya Nigam
Before estimating stories, we need to address one question: What drives estimation? I believe that estimation is always driven by three major factors. . . .
6/9/2016 by James Prieto
As part of valuing “Individuals and interactions over processes and tools,” this article outlines a journaling process to help coaches, ScrumMasters, and project managers in transition develop self-awareness to be present for their teams.
6/7/2016 by Sunder Iyer
The other day I was considering the idea of developing a collaborative planning workshop for a group with relatively little experience in Scrum. I thought of cricket as a classic example to use in the workshop.
6/7/2016 by Ravi Sankar Konidena
The complex leadership responsibilities of ScrumMasters mean that often it is essential for them to dedicate some of their time to software development. Delivering quality code is a primary concern for ScrumMasters, and certain practices can prove helpful.
6/6/2016 by Michael McCalla
Technical debt is a natural product of traditional and Waterfall behaviors in which the development and QA teams are held to the fire to meet a project delivery date. And make no mistake: Technical debt puts the business at risk.
6/3/2016 by Graham Bishton
I recently had an idea about how we could use the children's card game Happy Families to showcase the strengths of Scrum. I hope this description will showcase some of the the differences between Waterfall and Scrum methods.