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2/24/2015 by Jaya Shrivastava
No one talks carefully about who should be on a Scrum team and who should not. In my opinion, this is one of the most neglected discussions in the Scrum world.
2/24/2015 by Andreas Groß
Recently I was caught off guard by a guy presenting his evidence that Scrum is only for software.
2/23/2015 by SenthilVel Marimuthu CSM CSP SAFe-SPC
Having spent most of my Agile life in a distributed Agile culture, I thought it time to write down some of my thoughts about distributed Agile setups.
2/20/2015 by Tamma Rajkumar Manda
These are the three important phases that come to my mind when I think of maturing on the Agile journey.
2/19/2015 by Sumit Sharma
While the items in the product backlog must be ordered, ordering by priority is only one of the many techniques -- and rarely the best one.
2/18/2015 by Subin John
Agile may be the most poorly comprehended word in the world of IT. So what is it?
2/17/2015 by Ashvin Gondalia
Scrum reduces gaps between business and development -- but it does not suggest much about how to bridge gaps between development and operations.
2/12/2015 by Deepak Joshi
Different opinions among Scrum followers sometimes create points of discussion. Recently one such point was, "Who can terminate a sprint?"
2/12/2015 by Ramesh Nagarajan
Scrum is more efficient when we have small teams that are colocated. So how do you manage when you work in a big program and have to manage multiple application teams?
2/11/2015 by Marcelo Guzman Quiroga
The retrospective meeting serves as a way for the team to analyze itself and make up a plan of improvements. I will list some tips and tricks for an effective retrospective meeting.