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Water-Scrum-Fall

Water-Scrum-Fall

This article is based on my observations while working with large U.S. financial organizations in the Midwest. It documents my personal observations on the reluctance of large and complex organizations to take their first step toward Agility.

Elicitação de Requisitos com Scrum Aplicada no Início do Projeto e na Definição da Solução do Sistema

Elicitação de Requisitos com Scrum Aplicada no Início do Projeto e na Definição da Solução do Sistema

O sucesso ou fracasso de um projeto de desenvolvimento de sistema de software depende muito da qualidade dos requisitos. A escolha adequada das técnicas de elicitação de requisitos é uma das etapas chave em qualquer processo de desenvolvimento de software.

When Multiple Team Members Vie for the ScrumMaster Role

When Multiple Team Members Vie for the ScrumMaster Role

In one of my Scrum coaching environments, two members of a newly formed team were interested in nominating themselves for the ScrumMaster role. They were equal in their eligibility, and both were enthusiastic and growing leaders.

Why Going from a Shorter Sprint Length to a Longer Sprint Length Is Rarely a Good Idea

Why Going from a Shorter Sprint Length to a Longer Sprint Length Is Rarely a Good Idea

If you've worked with a significant number of teams in an Agile context, chances are you've heard something like this many times: "We could get a lot more work done if we had longer sprints." Here are the reasons why we disagree.

Scrum at Home

Scrum at Home

Here is why I recommend using Scrum as one of the simplest frameworks for organizing people and work in any industry, business function, or household.

Planning Is a Statement of Intent, Not a Commitment to the End Date

Planning Is a Statement of Intent, Not a Commitment to the End Date

Planning for software development is similar to planning for a treasure hunt. You can't find treasure only by planning for it.

Knowledge Worker Efficiency Versus Effectiveness

Knowledge Worker Efficiency Versus Effectiveness

Knowledge workers, who are hired to think, need spare time and space for thinking, learning, innovating, and creating solutions that meet the needs of all stakeholders. Giving slack is especially important during a transformation to Agile practices.

Agile Implementation of an Agile Transformation

Agile Implementation of an Agile Transformation

So, your organization has realized that it's time to transform your development shop to Agile. Great! But your biggest question is: Where do I start?

Sprint Zero

Sprint Zero

Let me tell you why a Sprint Zero makes little to no sense at all.

An Introduction to Scrum

An Introduction to Scrum

I have prepared a PowerPoint presentation that introduces Scrum at colleges where I have given lectures on the Agile and Scrum frameworks.

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