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3/8/2016 by Robin Hackshall
I have uses and adapted a number of different styles of retrospectives with my teams. I have always tried to include an element of fun to ensure that everyone is engaged with the process and that it is not seen as "just another meeting."
3/8/2016 by Sathya Narayana Kaliprasad
Your project and your team are the perfect match for Agile only when you introspect in a defined time period. This perfect match is exemplary of mature, practical program management.
3/7/2016 by Armen Pashkam
I used to wish I had a perfect definition of Agile — a quick, to-the-point elevator statement I could carry around with me. Then, a few months ago, an event triggered an idea, ultimately curing this predicament.
3/7/2016 by Shashank Sinha
Many organizations in today’s marketplace run on legacy systems, which brings a new set of challenges to consultants and IT professionals trying to bring about a change in an organization’s operations.
3/4/2016 by Ravishankar N,Pallavi R
A Scrum of Scrums is a powerful tool to sync up multiple Scrum teams working toward their individual sprint goals, along with the common goal at the release or product level. This article presents a list of five must-have agenda items for a Scrum of Scrums meeting.
3/4/2016 by Shalu Tyagi
This article aims to address a challenge that some companies face when scaling Agile: managing certain activities that were well handled in the conventional model but do not seem to be accommodated in the Agile framework.
3/3/2016 by Raju K
Recently I was coaching a group of project managers toward Agile adoption. Almost all of them were worried about the project manager role. I used this infographic to assure them that their expertise is required -- as long as they do things a little differently.
3/3/2016 by Michel Cordeiro
As the name suggests, this is a process that can be used as a friendly competition in which the winner is the one who finds and fixes the most bugs for a given product.
3/2/2016 by Maria Matarelli
How can we achieve true business agility if the only department that is Agile is IT? We have found that applying Agile techniques to the ways in which a company approaches their marketing is extremely powerful.
3/2/2016 by Gaurav Mehra,Eric Aker
We need a different approach for project intake analysis when Agile is not the only software development method available to choose from. Here we will discuss challenges in several organizational contexts and then present a "lightweight" intake assessment process.