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9/10/2014 by Meghana Niranjan Parwate
Poka-yoke means "mistake-proofing" in Japanese. Poka-yoke is also a development technique, one that helps avoid mistakes. . . .
9/9/2014 by Prabhulinga M
Recently we found that, whatever changes you make in your process to deliver a quality product within a reasonably short stipulated time, those changes are related to core principles of Agile. How did I come to this statement?
9/9/2014 by Sunil Parija
Most package software vendors have their own implementation methods, which are generally aligned with Waterfall principles. Here comes the question: Do we need to look again at Waterfall-based implementation methods?
9/8/2014 by Manoj Khanna
Agile coaches must be involved in the client's Agile process. Those who have the impression that Agile coaching can be done from the sidelines are mistaken . . .
9/8/2014 by Kanchan Sil
Historically, distributed teams were considered for cost-saving (financial) reasons only. But now organizations have started realizing other benefits of distributed teams. . . .
9/5/2014 by Marmamula Prashanth Kumar
In my view, you are Agile only if . . .
9/5/2014 by Jai Singhal
When the customer does not know what they want, the trouble begins. . . .
9/4/2014 by Manoj Vadakkan
As the day goes by in a typical CSM class, I get a lot of "what if?" questions from students. . . .
9/4/2014 by Amit Aggarwal
There are several typical challenges and notions that commonly arise during a transition to Scrum. . . .
9/3/2014 by Ram Srinivasan
Being the Scrum enthusiast that I am, and having taught teams and organizations to use burn-down charts many, many times, I thought of using one to track my progress for something that I do daily: going to work. . . .