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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. . . .
9/9/2016 by Adrian Sita
Scrum and Extreme Programming have a lot in common. What are some of their more important differences?
9/9/2016 by Ryan Thomas Hewitt
“How Might We . . . ” is a group brainstorming technique we have used for about six months to solve creative challenges.
9/8/2016 by Kamaldeep Chawla
While working on a new project, my enterprise data management team decided to try Agile sprints for delivery. Here's how we kept ourselves from falling into the trap of running recurring Waterfall sprints.
9/7/2016 by Elena Astilleros
We all have to become masters at handling our time. Living the Agile values frees up our time so that we can make better choices about how to deliver more value for our customers, our teams, and our own satisfaction.
9/7/2016 by Madhavi Ledalla
There are many important elements that contribute to a successful product delivery; however, here are four of the key elements that drive and nurture the incremental evolution of any product.