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1/5/2017 by Claire Sewell
It's an ongoing process to figure out how to make Scrum work for your team and your company, which I've come to learn is OK.
1/4/2017 by Krishna Sagar B V
If yours is one of those teams that still estimates in hours, here is a comparison that highlights some benefits realized by moving to story-point estimation.
1/3/2017 by Cornelius Parkin
This article is intended to help Agile practitioners, specifically product owners and business analysts all over the world, improve their user story creation.
12/22/2016 by Aaron Collett
How do we ensure that we create innovative Scrum projects?
12/21/2016 by Volodymyr Trush
Today I can easily talk about the difference between story hours and story points, but it wasn't always this way.
12/20/2016 by Alex DiPasquale
'Tis the season to wonder: Is Santa Claus Agile?
12/19/2016 by Shaju Rasheed
Sprint retrospectives are important — but they can become boring. Here I list some of my favorite visualization techniques for use in retrospectives.
12/16/2016 by Vrushali Umbarkar
What's the best way to run a team that is big enough for Scrum but too small for scaled frameworks?
12/16/2016 by sambath kumar shanmugam
The Greek philosopher Plato once said, "The beginning is the most important part of the work." As an Agile coach, I emphasize the same point repeatedly with every new team I help start.
12/15/2016 by Tushar Jain
We have all heard an old fable about project management. Here I reenvision it for an Agile team.