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7/8/2016 by Sandip Saha
Agile is the backbone of a continuous delivery practice. What else does the team need, and why?
7/7/2016 by Sandeep Mukkara
How will we ensure continuous flow of delivery with business value when our release cycle time is three weeks or more? It is only possible if our change process is continuous or automated.
7/7/2016 by Robin Hackshall
A skill that development team members should be able to display is that of being resourceful thinkers. A resourceful thinker has the characteristics described in this article.
7/6/2016 by Gilberto Urueta Sanroman
If your team is having problems and you want to bring Scrum back to life, maybe the best thing to do is to let it "die" first, and then bring it back to life by using a new name or metaphor.
7/6/2016 by Chintan Desai
Specific situations increase the cost of production and/or the cost of delay of a product. However, both Agile practices and good business practices can help a team decrease both.
7/5/2016 by Dele Oluwole
A large system-integration project is a challenge. Having to adopt the Agile method to implement a large-system integration project can be even more challenging if the development team is not empowered by the organization.
7/5/2016 by Jeff Himmelright
When I conduct an orientation for project team members new to Agile, I show a very brief clip from the movie Apollo 13 to set the stage for an interactive Scrum coaching event, which I would like to share with you.
7/1/2016 by Malvika Sinha
With constant timeboxed deliveries, the pressure of commitment and quality can often drain even high-performing teams. Therefore, as a ScrumMaster, it is your responsibility to ramp up the morale and spirit of your team.
7/1/2016 by Muhammad Irfan Azam
Continuous integration, continuous deployment, and continuous delivery are creating a buzz in Agile circles. There is a fourth element of continuity that works behind the scenes: continuous attention.
6/30/2016 by Siddalingesh Zalaki
Scrum teams usually face the dilemma of determining which stories are good enough to be considered for sprint planning. I'll share some important best practices that I have learned as a product owner.