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1/17/2017 by Murhaf Halabi
Metrics are essential to the success of an organization. Some of the more important Agile or Scrum metrics are grouped in major categories and summarized in this article.
1/16/2017 by Mariete Sequera Hernandez
When organizations adopt Agile, they sometimes expect "magic" to happen with a few iterations. What they forget is that peopled are involved.
1/13/2017 by Ramadevi Lakshmanan
The principles of Lean fit well into the Scrum framework. Here's how.
1/12/2017 by Deanna Duke
During a family member's recent hospital stay, I noticed that, when working with the doctors and staff, we were unknowingly employing Scrum fundamentals to help ourselves understand his situation.
1/12/2017 by Vishal Venkatesan
Design Thinking and Agile share traits, but they are not exactly the same. Here I will describe, from my experience as an Agile coach with a large bank, the ways in which we have integrated the two to benefit both bank and customer.
1/11/2017 by Frederik Vannieuwenhuyse
It's important that the whole product development team is participating during the entire product development cycle. Here's why.
1/11/2017 by Priti Vyas
What makes the military strategies of an 18th-century warrior and general relevant to the Lean-Agile world of today?
1/10/2017 by Matteo Tontini
Let me tell you about my experience working without a true product owner.
1/10/2017 by Saurabh Kumar Jha
Whether story points are related to effort or complexity is still a subject of debate in the Agile world. Most arguments lean toward effort, not complexity. But there is another way to look at it.
1/9/2017 by Luca Bergero
I think that exercising deep and available listening should be the primary focus of a ScrumMaster or a coach.