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4/2/2015 by Alex Apollonsky CSM PMP
Your company (a start-up, small company, or a division of a larger company) has decided to build a new software product. You are in charge. What’s your first move?
4/1/2015 by Kate Griggs
What happens when it's time to ramp up production from proof of concept to large-scale digital product? It's dangerous to assume that the same team patterns will be appropriate at every size of product development.
3/31/2015 by Deepak Joshi
There are situations where you find that it is not easy to create a cross-functional development team with a T-shaped skill set.
3/31/2015 by Madhavi Ledalla
There's a challenge in blending the UX process with software processes. Here are few challenges that are commonly seen with UX in an Agile environment -- and ways we found to solve them.
3/30/2015 by André Lima
The adoption of Scrum involves a lot of changes for development teams who are used to Waterfall methods. Sometimes the communication between the team members can be the worst problem as they try to make these changes.
3/27/2015 by Sonal Agarwal
I have often heard teams say that Agile tools add no value. I would like to share some ideas, based on my practical experience, about how and why I think these tools do add value and can be more than just overhead.
3/27/2015 by Gaurav Mehra,Eric Aker
Many factors play a part in the success or failure of any Agile initiative. We will present a series of articles to analyze the one factor that we deem most important: the intake of Agile projects.
3/26/2015 by Ata Irigoyen
Les comparto la relevación que tuve esta semana. . . .
3/26/2015 by Micheal Prom
This article discusses how each phase of the medical device software life cycle (with regard to the software development process) can align with Agile practices.
3/25/2015 by Johannes Schartau
I have noticed a tendency among many ScrumMasters that can turn into a subtle but destructive anti-pattern. It stems from an important contradiction in the role of the ScrumMaster that is not immediately obvious to most people.