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11/9/2016 by Abhijeet Verma
Having used this measure with my team, I would like to focus here on the definition of throughput, as well as the benefits that measuring it can bring to the team.
11/8/2016 by Juergen Mohr
I tried a combination of ShuHaRi and the Celebration Grid to help provide my team with a good picture of their experience with Scrum and what their next growth steps could be.
11/7/2016 by Oscar Correia Junior
In many organizations, innovation is not happening fast enough. However, there are ways to minimize the likelihood of a sinking ship.
11/7/2016 by Kaushik Saha
Determining the MVP is key in Agile delivery. Here are steps to determine your MVP must-have features.
11/4/2016 by Swarna Jayaraman
Knowing Agile and practicing Agile are two different things. When I practice Agile, I realize that there are some misconceptions about it. Here are what I think are the key misconceptions about Agile practices.
11/3/2016 by Ines Garcia
Here's why I promote Scrum as the framework for becoming Agile, and how I believe it works.
11/2/2016 by Alex DiPasquale
On my team, both the ScrumMaster and the product owner contribute to the Daily Scrum. Here's why.
11/1/2016 by Alicia McLain
This post explores the concept of building psychological safety in Agile teams.
10/31/2016 by Sandeep Paudel
I am often asked by stakeholders how I set up the first Agile/Scrum team and make sure that they work in an Agile fashion.
10/28/2016 by Vijay Kulkarni
In the Agile world, the coach has a great role for helping teams know themselves better. The essential ingredients for coaching in many situations are empathy and openness.