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8/26/2015 by Zoltán Csutorás
A badly managed Daily Scrum is easy to spot, but harder to fix. However, some well-tested strategies can help revitalize the meeting and help the team meet the sprint goal.
8/25/2015 by Eduardo Ribeiro
Remember the scene in the movie "The Matrix," when the main character must choose the red pill or the blue pill? Choosing whether or not to invest fully in Scrum is much the same -- and here's why.
8/24/2015 by Oscar Correia Junior
When you're trying to transition teams to Agile, planning that process is the most important step for success.
Planning the process is key
8/24/2015 by Jeewan Chandra Bhatt
Here's how I was recently inspired by ways a ScrumMaster can lead the team with inspiration and encouragement.
8/21/2015 by Ting Ting Guan
I recently observed an Agile team electing "Team Stars." I don't like this idea and would like to explain my reasons here.
8/21/2015 by Jipson Thomas
Agile teams sometimes have a manager, who should be thought of as a stakeholder or business partner. Here's how good story point estimation can help managers plan and support their teams.
8/20/2015 by Pedro Gustavo Torres
Experience has taught me a number of tricks for effective use of Scrum within a team, which I'll share here.
8/20/2015 by Vinayak Kumbhakern
"Best practices" and "feedback" are interesting and important concepts in Agile, which I'll explore here.
8/19/2015 by Sourav Singla
Our team has experienced challenges during our forays into working with Scrum. So now we've compiled a list of best practices that have turned around our work and improved our success rates.
8/19/2015 by Ajit Rathore
I recently talked with a friend who was discouraged after five months of failing to implement Scrum with his team. Our talk prompted me to list some basic but important points that adopters frequently ignore.