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10/16/2015 by Mat Chacon
The difference between user stories and use cases can be challenging to understand and explain, especially if your team is making a transition from a Waterfall software development environment to Agile and Scrum.
10/15/2015 by ABHISHEK KUMAR SRIVASTAVA
Our formerly high-performing team had drifted into silos. Now the question was, how to break out again?
10/14/2015 by Meetu Singh
Having been in the outsourcing industry for several years, the most challenging issue I have encountered is formalizing service level agreements (SLAs) or key performance indicators (KPIs) as part of the contractual agreement for adopting Agile.
10/13/2015 by Samir Goswami
To remain competitive, we must innovate. A product owner is always challenged to satisfy innovation needs while simultaneously handling current requirements. Can innovation become another item in the product owner's backlog?
10/12/2015 by Gui Yang
A self-organizing Scrum team is really a great team. In fact, it is an ideal condition that not every team reaches -- so it is no wonder that some people call it a myth. What are some keys to making it a reality?
10/12/2015 by Mohammed Naveed
Organizations transitioning or planning to transition from the Waterfall process to Agile need to have a transition framework in place.
10/9/2015 by Amir Nasiri
At some point, all project managers think about this question once they've been introduced to Agile methods such as Scrum.
10/8/2015 by Sathya Narayana Kaliprasad
Coaching can be as much learning as teaching. Over time I've discovered specific types of team members who need specific types of coaching, as well as how to use my experiences to help the team.
10/8/2015 by Ebin Poovathany
When it comes to software development, we tend to lose our common sense, and we get into the business of delivering half-baked cakes.
10/7/2015 by Samantha Webb
When we started out on our Scrum journey, sprint planning was always painful. We soon learned that the key to good sprint planning was in a good product backlog refinement process, which I share here.