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3/23/2016 by Rumesh Wijetunge
The need to scale Agile is growing by the day. But one of the problems most companies face is how to scale Agile properly. Here are some of the things our organization tried and learned.
3/22/2016 by Robin Hackshall
In order for a team to be self-organizing, members of the Scrum team may need to become self-managers. Here are some of the characteristics I have learned to look for.
3/21/2016 by Melvin Mathews
Experience has strengthened my belief that the retrospective meeting is still the strongest tool in the Agile toolbox to make our team, project, and company better.
3/18/2016 by Ravi Sankar Konidena
Testing has become an integral stage of the software development cycle, with thorough unit testing and documented results required from developers. This article discusses Agile-based and Waterfall-based testing methods for the purpose of comparing the two.
3/17/2016 by Alex DiPasquale
Innovating is a process, it’s an action, it’s a verb! It is the act of evaluating what we’re doing and how to do it better. Here's how our team uses retrospectives to help us innovate.
3/17/2016 by Raghu Angara CSP CSM MBA
If we, as coaches, stop listening to ourselves all the time and tune our ears to people around us, we would learn a great deal about ourselves and our abilities as coaches.
3/16/2016 by Ryan Jenkins
Let's think about the legacies in business that we create and can't see but that have such a lasting impact, like organizational change and corporate culture.
3/16/2016 by SAVVY KATHAM
"Commitment" is and has always been a sensitive word, whether it is used regarding one's personal life or professional life.
3/15/2016 by VENKATA KALLURI
Agile teams generally use velocity as their primary metric. Here are other five metrics, in addition to the more common ones, that can help teams thrive.
3/14/2016 by Michael McCalla
Having thought about it at length, I have concluded that people within an organization that is undergoing an Agile adoption typically fall into one of three groups. Given that it is an election year, I have fittingly labeled these groups Agilists, liberals, and conservatives.