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9/6/2016 by Alex DiPasquale
I looked at my calendar the other day and up popped a reminder about a software development life cycle (SDLC) meeting. That reminder gave me the opportunity to think about how the SDLC affects my team and how we document compliance with it.
9/5/2016 by Raju K
In this article, I present how I used an inspiring idea from a Scrum Alliance® Coaches' Clinic to reduce the time for a team's Daily Scrum.
9/5/2016 by Luiz Gustavo Lima Rates
É comum nos dias de hoje, nos depararmos com projetos complexos e/ou caóticos. Gerenciar esses projetos dentro do orçamento, qualidade e prazo é uma missão bastante complicada e nós de TI estamos errando!
9/2/2016 by Grégory FONTAINE
I recently coached on an R&D project that involved a lot of research work. Googling and reading books for help did not really give us much advice about Scrum for research — it felt as if we were among the first ones to do it. That’s why I hope some may find it helpful to read about the adjustments that we made.
9/2/2016 by Sujatha Tokala
I realize that the concept of a Sprint Zero is a controversial one, and I will not claim that all teams need it. But here is why it is useful for us.
9/1/2016 by Sophie Kenny
With my company’s recent adoption of Agile using the Scrum framework, it made sense for me to see what this was all about. What helped me transition was a compare-and-contrast exercise that I would like to share with you.
9/1/2016 by Vijay Bandaru
Every individual in an organization has a specific responsibility for helping create a great culture, to realize a better future for the organization overall.
8/31/2016 by Abhijeet Verma
As humans, we have a tendency to forget things — or sometimes completely ignore things — if they don’t interest us or offer little to no value. In terms of effective Scrum execution, important discussion points can vaporize quickly. We came up with the following solution to this common problem.
8/31/2016 by sambath kumar shanmugam
A decade ago, the war room model was a popular approach for problem solving in computer software development. But it's not a good idea, for the following reasons.
8/30/2016 by Ranjith Ratna Kumar Subramanian
When impediments go unnoticed for a long time, they create a severe impact on the team. Here are some ways to help the team raise its awareness of impediments, and mitigate them.