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6/28/2016 by Mohammed Haji
An adaptive portfoliohelps an organization meet its strategic objectives and satisfy customer demands. No matter how strong your scaling framework, if the portfolio is not adapting to the changing needs of the business, you cannot deliver value.
6/27/2016 by Tim Salzman
Allow me to propose three reasons that I believe are behind using the absolute wrong approach when we're trying to build an effective technology team.
6/23/2016 by Sourav Singla
Being roused by the Kent Beck pair programming approach, I have rebuilt it by making certain changes to realize the product quality advantages of pair programming yet maintain the rate/speed of solo programming.
6/23/2016 by Gregory Engel
As our experience grows and we master a particular field, it's deceptively easy to fall into complacency, convincing ourselves there isn't anything else to learn.
6/22/2016 by Alan Zucker
There is no single path to becoming Agile. While each organization makes its own trek, there are common challenges. Here are some recommendations for the journey.
6/22/2016 by Prince Kumar Mishra
I adopt a two-step process to arrive at a prioritized list of user stories when going through an initial product backlog refinement session.
6/21/2016 by Anmol Tuteja
Sometimes in the middle of the sprint, the customer or product owner submits urgent requirements or requests. Here are six strategies that you might want to consider if you have this problem.
6/21/2016 by Naveen Ks
Recently I overheard a discussion between a developer and QA that is typical of the conflicts and challenges that Scrum teams face day in, day out.
6/20/2016 by Sureshchandra Sharma
The ScrumMaster's role is no less than the CEO role; the role contributes to the team's and organization's success. That means that the focus is on people management — the toughest task in any organization.
6/17/2016 by Kevin McManus
If you're a technical lead or architect, don't micromanage the team by telling them how to name their variables or what data type to use. Instead, encourage them to focus on adhering to the contract and supporting the design.