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12/8/2015 by Eduardo Ribeiro
This article identifies questions you can use to create an Agile Maturity Self-Assessment Survey, and it discusses the importance of this type of survey.
12/8/2015 by Suda Ramakrishna Thiparthy
What follows is my interpretation of the basics of Scrum.
12/7/2015 by Karunakar M
Retrospectives provide a platform for the whole team to reflect and learn from the past. Yet some teams consider retrospectives to be the most expendable meeting. This article takes a look at why -- and the reasons to overcome that attitude.
12/4/2015 by Tamma Rajkumar Manda
I've been a process guy during most of my career, but sometimes I believe that process kills creativity. And sometimes Agile can become more of a process than an aid for success.
12/3/2015 by Madhavi Ledalla
Both release management and planning the next product release are acknowledged challenges in complex environments with a legacy of products and hundreds of teams involved. Here are some ideas for addressing these challenges.
12/2/2015 by Teguh Suryadi
Key steps toward becoming Agile can be thought of according to the ABC's.
12/1/2015 by Kathy Loveless
More and more companies are turning to Agile to improve their project success rates, and Scrum is the most popular method. Yet it's a challenge to find candidates with a legitimate Scrum background. How do you find people who are going to move your company forward?
11/30/2015 by Reuben Salisbury
Virtual Scrum boards can be useful for teams, and maybe even absolutely essential for distributed teams. That aside, this post is about giving the physical Scrum board its 15 minutes of fame and outlining why I prefer using one.
11/27/2015 by Mahesh Bondre
What I call my Leh bike trip in India was an adventure of a lifetime. Here is how Agile made it even better.
11/25/2015 by Emilia Breton-Lake
Sprint retrospectives are an amazing tool for teams. However, often there are areas that the team would like to see improved that are beyond its control.