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5/8/2015 by Ankush Sabharwal
The size of a story should be as small as possible. I know it can be difficult to create smaller stories, but trust me, you will get better with time, and eventually you will see results that make you happy. Here are some tips.
5/7/2015 by Wei Zhou
One day, a new ScrumMaster -- I'll call him Jack -- came to see me. "Hey, Joe," he said. "You know, sometimes I think Waterfall is better for a cross-functional team." . . .
5/6/2015 by Aaron D'Souza
Often teams struggle with picking the right-sized user story. Teams should involve the product owner and negotiate the feature if it ends up being too complex.
5/6/2015 by Karen Fernandez
There are seven styles of learning, but there are two that, when combined, resonate with most people. Interaction, spatial and kinesthetic, is human behavior. This is why my high-performing teams rarely sit during a meeting.
5/5/2015 by Chia Kwan
A Scrum team should invest sufficient time in design, with the sole purpose of delivering value to the customer. Here are some ways to do this.
5/4/2015 by Francesco Attanasio
I ask myself this question every day: How can my work support other people's motivation?
5/1/2015 by Samuel Nadarajan
I recently used Scrum outside of technology, for a construction project. Here is how I implemented Scrum roles and used ceremonies, along with the benefits realized.
4/30/2015 by K Pawan Kumar
To get developers and testers on the same page, it's imperative that an appropriate "handshake" is done between developer and tester at the beginning of the project, and it should continue throughout the sprints.
4/29/2015 by Rajat Bhalla
Let's look in depth at the steps of a sprint planning meeting, what makes them fruitful, and the Five Commandments for successful sprint planning.
4/28/2015 by Bruno Silva
During an Agile transformation, fear may make failure come true -- an organization may begin to doubt and discredit the changes.