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1/27/2017 by James McDonagh
How does a ScrumMaster go into an organization and implement real change? I have more questions than answers, but I would like to encourage a debate, because we can all benefit from a few more tools.
1/26/2017 by Gowri Goli
Realistically, how can we handle the common desire for performance metrics when using Agile?
1/26/2017 by Ines Garcia
One may wonder why we need a Definition of Done. If something is done well, that means it is done — right?
1/26/2017 by Sandeep Mahato
The success of the ScrumMaster depends on how early he or she detects an impediment, so that it can be solved before it becomes a blocker for the team.
1/25/2017 by Ernesto Custodio
You are not alone if you have been struggling to make Scrum work with globally distributed teams. Here are some practices that I have seen used effectively.
1/25/2017 by Tiago Palhoto
When we estimate, the first reaction is to give an absolute answer, a concrete and absolute value. However, we are not that good at this kind of estimating. Hard to believe? Keep reading.
1/24/2017 by Sanjeet Biswas
I want to focus on a few common errors or loose practices that often get woven into stand-ups.
1/24/2017 by Heather Williams
There are times when being an expert isn't enough.
1/23/2017 by Stacey Ackerman
I have been amazed at the innovation and teamwork that can come from third, fourth, and fifth graders. I believe adults can regain that childlike spark; here are few tips and tricks from my observations of our future leaders.
1/19/2017 by Mohammed Firasat Ali
C-suite buy-in is crucial for a successful transition to Scrum. Here are talking points that will show what's in it for them when they support Scrum adoption.