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9/19/2016 by Anurag Jauhari
Companies can adopt a culture of continuous assessment to inspect the effectiveness of their Agile implementation. My experience is that we did well to ask the following questions.
9/16/2016 by Christine Thompson
Without a working knowledge of Scrum, I could see how it might be easy to misunderstand the role of someone with the ScrumMaster title.
9/16/2016 by John Coleman
Ever realize that your transformation message isn't connecting? Ever get frustrated thinking, "Why don't they just get it?" Ever feel like you're losing your touch?
9/15/2016 by Debashish Ghosh
Agile testing is aligned with the principles of Agile software development. Let’s take a holistic view and understand how quality assurance (QA) is positioned in an Agile environment.
9/15/2016 by Arvind Mundra - CSP CSM PMP
So here is what I do that has worked over the years to get teams in the interest zone to learn more about Agile — both its concepts and implementations — and to relate the importance of an Agile transformation to their own organization.
9/14/2016 by Andy Bacon
A few months ago, I coached a team as they began their journey from Waterfall to Agile. One technique I employed was an information radiator that I named the Agile Adoption Board. It worked out well, so I wanted to share the idea.
9/13/2016 by Prerna Kale
What makes the workplace happy will vary depending on the practices a Scrum team adopts during the product life cycle. I want to elaborate on two specific practices our team uses: discovery and team time, which are helping us live with the product better.
9/13/2016 by Priyanka Yadav
Of the Agile ceremonies, the one that is often treated as an afterthought is the retrospective. To actually make retrospectives useful and effective, I follow a few simple steps.
9/12/2016 by Mukhthar Shariff
DevOps brings business and technologists together and allows communication and collaboration, closing the loop for feedback from all sides. Here is how and why I think it works so well.
9/12/2016 by Christopher Parker
During an interview with an employer, I spoke with an executive whose understanding of Agile was centered on velocity. I didn’t think much of it until I started working at the firm and realized that a majority of the executives had this focus. . . .