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1/21/2015 by Niranjan Nerlige V
The role of the product owner is very important in Agile product development, especially in Scrum. Here I would like to give my perspective of the role of the product owner, based on my coaching and teaching Scrum to teams.
1/21/2015 by Meghana Niranjan Parwate
Retrospectives play a very important role, as they are that specifically planned time when the team talks about the feed-forward mechanism, looking at areas of improvements for forthcoming sprints.
1/20/2015 by Hiroshi Hiromoto Nako
A team that commits to an action plan and then executes it could be continuously improving. However, such teams have mentioned to me that they feel that they don't improve or that their retrospectives aren't helping. What's going on?
1/20/2015 by Murilo Lessa
Culture cannot be built. You can only focus on creating the right conditions for it to flourish. Culture plays a big part in how people perceive and go about their work, and it is a fundamental piece of a successful Agile transformation.
1/19/2015 by Deema Dajani
Many of the challenges faced in introducing Agile are actually based in myth rather than reality. You may hear your organization executives or your teams repeating them. Let's take a look at three of those common myths and help you arm yourself with good responses.
1/19/2015 by Doug Snyder
I was first assigned the role of ScrumMaster shortly after attending a three-day Scrum Boot Camp class. I remember thinking, "I have no idea how to do this job."
1/16/2015 by Anand Vyas
Being Agile is better than doing Agile. I am sure we understand the fine line between the two. . . .
1/16/2015 by Joop D
I personally had to deal with proving to higher management the increased output of a team during the past year, and I was seduced into micromanaging expanded time-logging of the team. . . .
1/15/2015 by Hui Sun Lee
To me, Scrum is a framework that will help only if you can understand what it really means.
1/15/2015 by Alka Colagiuri
I feel that retrospectives are a teams' single most useful tool for continuous improvement.