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7/11/2014 by Hui Li
I have been working on a Scrum team as a team member for 10 sprints (about 5 months), and I have found that time for fun is very important. . . .
7/11/2014 by Gilbert Villanueva Jr.
I recently received a diagram that illustrated the integration of the Scrum framework in a government software development plan. It was well put together, but I noticed a peculiar item . . .
7/10/2014 by Vandana Roy
Lately I hear these questions a lot: "Is Scrum better, or Kanban?" "What is more suitable for my project -- Kanban or Scrum?" These questions, and sometimes the responses to them, put managers in a dilemma about which framework to embrace. . . .
7/10/2014 by Gene Gendel
Our current business operating system that is built around external, carrot-and-stick motivators -- which don't work and often do more harm than good. We need a system upgrade. And the science shows the way. . . .
7/9/2014 by Saravana Bharathi
There have been a lot of mixed views about the PO role from those who have been through a bad Agile implementation or haven't gone through a formal Agile/Scrum training. . . .
7/9/2014 by Muthaiya Nallalam Parasuraman
I knew a product owner. He was a man who could turn a failing product into a product that kept demanding a huge infrastructure scaling. Let's call him Mr. R. . . .
7/8/2014 by Jaya Shrivastava
Try convincing a non-Agile practitioner of the Agile way of working; the most prominent and probable question will be, "What is the benefit of Agile/iterative development/incremental delivery?"
7/8/2014 by Raj Kumar Sahu
When any organization implements Agile, multiple challenges arise. By now, all of us know the common challenges, which I think are not necessary to highlight. Apart from the common challenges, however, I personally feel one area to focus on is product backlog management. . . .
7/7/2014 by Vishal Prasad
How many deliverables should we commit to our customers in, say, the next two weeks? An intriguing question asked by many Agile teams at the beginning of every iteration. . . .
7/7/2014 by Holger Berndt
We started with Scrum in 2013. It was an amazing change, and the whole company decided going forward this way was right. Well, we've all read these lines a hundred times. Why is this worth writing about?