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7/22/2014 by Michael Stuedemann
One of the most common comments I receive when coaching or training clients on Scrum is, "We already do retrospectives -- we just call them lessons-learned sessions." While this type of statement is undoubtedly a result of people attempting to make the unfamiliar familiar, it represents a lack of appreciation for how different retrospectives are. . . .
7/21/2014 by Michael Glick
One might ask, as managers of a Scrum-adopting organization, which metrics could provide an accurate pulse [of the team's progress]? Listed below are some of the KPIs I rely upon for periodic analysis. . . .
7/21/2014 by Rohit Ratan Mani
Generally it is assumed that a PM will take the role of ScrumMaster (SM) for projects that move to Agile. Moving from a well-defined process to one that evolves and improves, . . . a PM has to bridge a gap to take up the role of SM.
7/18/2014 by Gene Gendel
This paper brings to light some of the least-discussed topics and consequences of "broadband agilization" that currently take place in the industry. . . .
7/17/2014 by Ajay Sharma
To start, we have to understand the difference between a vision and a goal. . . .
7/17/2014 by Chandrashekhar Madabhavi
You're planning to move away from Waterfall and adopt Agile in your organization. This article offers some steps you can take as you make the transition.
7/16/2014 by Nitin Mittal
My code is well written, unit tested, refactored, and well documented. It has passed all the test scenarios and does what it was supposed to do. Does that make it into a great product?
7/16/2014 by SAVVY KATHAM
Here is a glossary, from A to Z, of useful Scrum and Agile terms.
7/15/2014 by Shivakanth Velishala
The vital but most overlooked ingredient that contributes to making or breaking an Agile team is people. . . .
7/14/2014 by Joe Alvarado
Recently, I took an eye exam that made me recall two other situations that I can honestly say made me think of Scrum. One occurred during my youth, impacting my life for the better. The second time occurred much later in life and literally opened my eyes. . . .