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9/8/2015 by Anderson Diniz Hummel
Scrum values can be so different from an organization's old mindset that they don't make sense at first. This is frequently a problem when it comes to contracts.
9/8/2015 by Ken Coomes
Inspired by Neal Hartman's "Seven Steps to Running the Most Effective Meeting Possible," I thought it might be useful to outline the seven habits of highly effective Scrum ceremonies for those of us practicing Scrum.
9/4/2015 by Shalu Tyagi
I believe that certain factors are necessary to thoroughly to reap the benefits of Agile, but they are unnoticed or rarely discussed during a project's life cycle.
9/3/2015 by Jaya Shrivastava
Over the course of my career, I've found that quality is much more than what the data from test reports can reveal.
9/3/2015 by Prashant Thomas
Our client was getting frustrated by working with us as a distributed team -- until we made the right changes.
9/2/2015 by Vasanthan Philip
Let's be clear: Agile is here to stay. And because it's not an easy transition, it's best to take it in small steps.
9/1/2015 by Sagar Date
For large organizations with multiple teams, a Retrospective of Retrospectives may help management and stakeholders better understand the needs and operations of the team.
8/28/2015 by Ramesh Lakkaraju
How do organizations balance releasing the best product against meeting time-to-market need? In other words, what's the best way to deal with technical debt?
8/26/2015 by Zoltán Csutorás
A badly managed Daily Scrum is easy to spot, but harder to fix. However, some well-tested strategies can help revitalize the meeting and help the team meet the sprint goal.
8/26/2015 by DamiÃ¡n Buonamico
Use a kaizen board to support effective sprint retrospectives and to prevent some of the common problems that arise during these retrospectives.