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10/10/2016 by Adrian Sita
Defining user stories is important in project planning. When defining stories and estimating them, there are basic principles to follow.
10/7/2016 by Viktor Buzga
Many articles have been written on ways to start the daily stand-up on time and make it short. The problem with many of the solutions is that they use punishment to teach team members to appear on time or keep things brief.
10/7/2016 by Amir Nasiri
The Triple Factor is a phenomenon that I always raise for discussion in any process-driven environment. It consists of three elements that take a company from being good to becoming great: management, people, and technology.
10/6/2016 by Dele Oluwole
In implementing any Agile framework, empowerment, change, and continuous improvement can manifest in various degrees. The one I want to examine in this article is empowerment and how it may impact a product owner.
10/6/2016 by Kai-Thomas Krause
Retrospectives are crucial, and there are many ways to run them. I've come up with a simple template that I use to run and then archive different retrospective methods.
10/5/2016 by Pawan Suresh Mude
To fuel the ever-increasing need for agility in today's business world, we need to move away from the traditional feedback mechanism of once/twice a year and shift toward an “Agile Scorecard.”
10/5/2016 by Alhad Akole
The term "DevOps" is said to have become popular starting in 2009. But I think back to work I did in 2004 — and who knew that it would one day be considered DevOps.
10/4/2016 by Manish Agrawal
Making a self-organizing team is the combined responsibility of the ScrumMaster or coach, senior management, organization, and the team itself. But for me, it is more the work of the team than of any of the others combined.
10/4/2016 by Ricardo Valladares López
As we well know, the product owner role is fundamental to creating a great product. So what happens to the project when the PO simply has too much to do? Here's how to support the very busy product owner.
10/3/2016 by Alan Zucker
The Standish Group has published its annual CHAOS Report on the state of software development since 1994. Analyzing the long-term trends provides an interesting perspective.