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2/28/2017 by Jigish Parghi
There is no doubt that software testing automation increases agility. But there is a long process that you have to follow until you can realize the advantages of automation.
2/28/2017 by Shipra Aggarwal
The release planning meeting gives us the chance to revisit the scope, risk, budget, and schedule of projects.
2/27/2017 by Brent Zustiak
How could I help my team write stories that were ready to consider for a sprint?
2/24/2017 by Holger Paffrath
I'd like to share some tips and tricks about user stories, based on my understanding from personal experience.
2/23/2017 by Alexander Frumkin
Continuous process improvement is one of the cornerstones of Lean and Agile frameworks. But while everybody claims to achieve it, there are no clear recipes for how to make it happen or how to measure any resulting improvement.
2/23/2017 by Shane Tanzymore
In morning daily stand-ups with the team, I started to introduce puzzles as a way to observe how well people were collaborating toward solutions. What I saw was extremely interesting.
2/22/2017 by Dr. Swapn (Sam) Sinha
Here are five best practices that project managers can inculcate in their work to achieve success.
2/22/2017 by Timothy Korson,Mark Rice
Often a product owner is asked for an estimated budget and time line before Sprint 1. Usually this is a formidable problem. How can a PO handle it?
2/21/2017 by Prabhakar Gumma,Alok Kumar
I'll discuss here some early warning signs that indicate a possibly failed Agile transformation, as well as best-practice steps to mitigate the risk of failure.
2/21/2017 by Mohammed Firasat Ali
A large part of a product owner's job is to manage expectations while meeting the goals of creating a great product. The PO owes it to the Scrum Team to be transparent about the work involved.