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10/20/2016 by Vrushali Umbarkar
In a transition from Waterfall to Agile, testers' work must be taken into account. There are distinct advantages to transitioning testers along with everyone else, by shifting focus from RTM to an Agile test backlog.
10/19/2016 by Michel Cordeiro
There are ways to increase the engagement and effectiveness of remote teams by using both gamification and energizers. In other words, you can have fun as a team. Here's a tool I like to use.
10/19/2016 by Alicia McLain
Psychological safety is an important attribute of high-performing teams. I find that Planning Poker, properly handled, is a great tool for building psychological safety on a team.
10/18/2016 by Adrian Sita
Here is a short review of the workings and responsibilities of the Scrum Team.
10/18/2016 by Susan Pisano,Nigel DeFreitas,Jack Caine
Here is how our experiment with mob programming -- once we were ready to try it -- helped us tackle impediments, boost performance, and increase our enjoyment in the work.
10/17/2016 by Chris Foley
There are ways to address some of the common concerns teams have about transforming to Agile.
10/17/2016 by Shalu Tyagi
Managing CARD appropriately and at the right time has been one of the key success factors for the Agile teams that I have coached and consulted for over the years. So let's discover what CARD is all about.
10/14/2016 by Ramesh Pala
How do we plan for unplanned work in a sprint? I would like to share my thoughts on this topic, because I see Scrum Teams struggling with unplanned work even though they do lot of planning to build their sprint backlog.
10/14/2016 by Erich Buhler
Here I explain a few theories of organization, which I think can help people understand what happens during a transformation and empower them to make better decisions during turbulent times.
10/13/2016 by Alex DiPasquale
The Scrum Team’s role is to understand and implement the product owner’s vision. It must be clearly worded, stand alone, describe one piece of functionality, and be small enough to complete in one sprint.
The template that I use breaks the user story down into three components.