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7/28/2015 by Santosh Shaastry
Ideally, technical debt must be as minimal as possible. The reality is that it increases linearly with the number of sprints completed. How are we to manage technical debt?
7/27/2015 by Sumit Sharma
The daily stand-up has several clear goals, and some common pitfalls as well.
7/27/2015 by Amit Agarwal
Several common traps can affect Scrum teams, and if they go unresolved they can affect the Scrum cycle, team morale and productivity, and product owner expectations. Here's how to tackle them.
7/24/2015 by Venkatesh Jagannathan
Although Agile's inner workings are complicated, we should realize and understand them cognitively instead of just following them blindly out of determination.
7/24/2015 by Arvind Kaul
Next time you're looking for a ScrumMaster, consider these two important qualities.
7/23/2015 by Eduardo Ribeiro
Agile adoption can be a real Twilight Zone for many people, holding them back from full adoption and creating anti-patterns that cause Agile to fail. Here are some ways I try to help in these situations.
7/23/2015 by Andy Deighton
Do we suffer from an overreliance on tools -- one that distracts us from an important concept in the Agile Manifesto?
7/22/2015 by Damien Corbishley
After adopting Scrum, we made massive improvements in our organization -- but the interface with our outsourcing partner was becoming fragile. Here's how we helped bridge the gap.
7/22/2015 by Venkata Gayatri Krishnamurty Pammi
In studying value, I reached out to teams and got collective feedback that stated, "Either we fail to understand end-user experience, or we do not give much weight to it." Here are some thoughts about better supporting user experience.
7/21/2015 by Gautam Ramamurthy
When considering ways to coach my teams to focus on continuous improvement, I came across a process called Appreciative Inquiry (AI), which focuses on possibilities, not problems. I've used it to help teams focus and perform at a higher level.