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8/24/2016 by Mark French,Michael Caspar
Agile values helped Blueprint Education's leadership team meet a serious challenge while also building confidence and strengthening working relationships.
8/23/2016 by Satty Ganeswara Reddy
The majority of scientific software development teams operate in disorganized and confusing environments. To help solve these problems, we customized Agile practices with the "three P's" and introduced a new role.
8/23/2016 by Phil Korolev
Many organizations feel that by bringing in a ScrumMaster and a coach, Agile adoption starts. This viewpoint is unlikely to lead to success.
8/22/2016 by Dr. Swapn (Sam) Sinha
Product backlog refinement is an important task that offers multiple benefits to the team. Here are some tips for doing it well.
8/22/2016 by Tamma Rajkumar Manda
We often preach that face-to-face communication is one of the primary values of Agile and that interaction is the key to success. However, we often fail to follow through on those values, and then we blame Agile for the failure that results.
8/19/2016 by Sandeep Khaira
Pair programming may not be for everyone, but every team can at least try it, because it has remarkable advantages. Here are some pros, cons, and ways to help make it work.
8/19/2016 by Iffat Maliha
Estimation is a key step in any kind of work accomplishment and forecasting, and the IT world is no different. Here are some top challenges teams face when estimating, and best practices for overcoming those challenges.
8/18/2016 by Srikanth Davuluri
Based on my own experiences of enterprise-level Agile transformation, I have listed key challenges and how to overcome them.
8/18/2016 by Sourav Singla
We use the test-management tool AgileCraft. This guide can help you use this tool to transition to Scrum.
8/17/2016 by Ashbel Joshua
When transitioning to Agile, it's often best to measure first success not according to projects completed but according to the extent to which the overall team takes to its new roles and principles.