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5/23/2017 by Rex Lester
When things don’t go well, people often fail to call out the problem; they sit quietly watching the frog get slowly boiled. I believe that this is probably one of the biggest issues the Agile community currently faces.
5/22/2017 by Amit Ramesh Kulkarni
These are what I have found to be the most important responsibilities and attributes of the ScrumMaster.
5/19/2017 by Joseph Collins
Anyone who has spent time in the traditional software development life cycle can attest that the Agile principle of welcoming changing requirements can be one of the most difficult for transitioning organizations to undertake.
5/18/2017 by Shane Billings
Anyone who has taken a long trip with children knows that there is more truth than cliché to the quip, "Are we there yet?"
5/17/2017 by Christopher Lewis
As Agile professionals, we encounter many challenges during an Agile transformation within an organization. The question is, how do we move the Agile transformation forward through these obstacles?
5/16/2017 by Aaron Tooth
Let's set the scene: You're involved in bringing Scrum to your department or team. Unfortunately, you're unable to start your first sprint for a few days or weeks. Where do you begin?
5/15/2017 by Raghu Angara CSP CSM MBA
Are humans capable of exhibiting stigmergy, or swarming intelligence? What used to be the outcome from social insect behavior of self-organization is now an integral strategy of Agile teams.
5/12/2017 by Gowri Goli
As a coach and mentor, I raise the question of whether we need to create tasks for a user story.
5/11/2017 by Sanjeet Biswas
Most Scrum Teams will be faced with new members occasionally, and this is not a trivial event. The good news is that a ScrumMaster can help avoid or minimize disruption by adopting a few simple tactics.
5/11/2017 by Satpal Kaur
Following the principles of Lean means creating more value with fewer resources and reducing waste. I would like to share my thoughts on how following these principles applies to planning and tracking a project.