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12/8/2017 by Joe Haberl
We had some churn in our team, and some less-than-ideal behaviors. So I decided to stage a game for one of our lunch-and-learn sessions.
12/7/2017 by Adrienne Brown
If I look back, I guess rap music was “grooming” me to be a good ScrumMaster and product owner.
12/7/2017 by Duarte Segurado
Let’s examine some of the different types of personalities that we may find mastering Scrum Teams.
12/6/2017 by Rajesh Sampath Kumar
Here are my best tips for a ScrumMaster's approach to a successful retrospective.
12/5/2017 by Dr. Dave Cornelius
What I call "elastic minds" are particularly equipped to deal with the change and innovation required in today's businesses.
12/5/2017 by Mahesh Kumar Thialas
The recent Diwali festival in India reminded me how naturally we often take to Kanban principles.
12/4/2017 by Matteo Tontini
Our team tried using Slack, and the experience revealed a lot about the changes (good and bad) that we went through as a Scrum team.
11/30/2017 by Deepak Agnihotri
I have often seen Scrum Teams struggling to come up with a sprint goal during the sprint planning meeting. This happens more with teams that are new to Scrum, but it is also the case with experienced Scrum Teams. Multiple factors are behind this problem.
11/29/2017 by Horia Balog
I’ve been preoccupied with the question of how a solution architect fits into an Agile team.
11/28/2017 by Duarte Segurado
When I realized that our Agile team was working and evolving, I wanted to do something to help other teams in my organization. How could I help a defined, hierarchical, command-and-control organization become Agile?