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10/16/2017 by Karthikeyan Srinivasan
Scrum has changed the way our team works, for the better. And I can now see clear similarities and differences among Scrum, Waterfall, and the way our family operates as a team.
10/13/2017 by Balaji Sathram
Leaders play a key role in the success of the organizational Agile transformation. There are specific tasks they should perform before, during, and after that transformation to ensure that it lasts.
10/12/2017 by Sathyanarayanan Damodaran
I believe there are several distinct paradigm shifts — major changes to processes — necessary to transform an organization to Agile.
10/11/2017 by Shane Billings
Agility, by definition, means that we allow for needed course corrections and deviations. And Agile gives us methods to make those necessary changes safely.
10/10/2017 by Hemant Kothiyal
I would like to discuss some common confusion I've seen around sprint planning, and ways our team has tackled the challenges.
10/9/2017 by Michael Huber
As remote employees increasingly become part of Agile teams, it's important to learn ways to cope with the dangers of isolation.
10/6/2017 by Lucho Salazar
Here is a look at the Agile approach as applied to the Iron Triangle.
10/5/2017 by Arthur Moore
As an Agile coach, you are a keen observer. You have armed yourself with all the indicators of team dysfunction. You’re prepared for anything that can be wrong with a team or needs improvement. What could possibly be missing?
10/4/2017 by Roopak Jain
ScrumMasters must develop a deep understanding of what motivates each member, in order to create synergy within the team.
10/3/2017 by Anuka Bindhani
Spillover is the inability to meet the "Done" criteria for all stories in a sprint. It is critical to draw patterns from a spillover to identify its root causes and apply the learnings to subsequent sprints to avoid its reoccurrence.