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6/29/2017 by Suresh Konduru
Seeing a need, a group of us embarked on creating an Agile coaching model that would help those coaching senior-level executives through an Agile transformation. We named the model "Exepedia: All that an executive needs."
6/28/2017 by Christine Thompson
Trust is a behavior central to Agile teams. Individuals need to be able to rely on each other completely for the successful working of the team. But what is the downside of trust, and how do we protect ourselves from the inherent vulnerability it causes?
6/28/2017 by Harshal Joglekar
We all commit sins every day. And if you are moving into Scrum, then you are probably already a big-time sinner!
6/27/2017 by Christopher Lewis
Sports is a perfect topic to relate to Agile due to the dynamic nature and fast pace in which sports teams make decisions to win.
6/27/2017 by Alok Srivastava
Defects or bugs are common in any software development process. In Agile, there are numerous ways to trap a bug.
6/26/2017 by Niroshan Madampitige
It's common for a team to have some unfinished work occasionally, but I suggest that you evaluate the root causes and find ways to minimize or avoid the spillovers. Here are a few recommendations that might help.
6/23/2017 by Joseph Barjis
I have been looking for a concise yet comprehensive visual representation of the Scrum framework, and I have a version to propose.
6/22/2017 by John Maher
I have some reservations about the Tuckman model as a way to talk about Agile team development. But there is another model that seems more useful.
6/21/2017 by Satpal Kaur
We all understand that managing our personal and professional lives, with ever-increasing responsibilities, is not easy. . .
6/21/2017 by Vishal Venkatesan
In coaching enterprise clients around the world, I've seen a common pain point: Their teams can become Agile, but how can they get their programs, portfolios, and thus their entire organization to become Agile?