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8/26/2014 by Sreedhar Koganti
In this article we will examine how the term "servant leader" came about, how it has evolved over time, and how it can be viewed in the context of Scrum.
8/25/2014 by Tamma Rajkumar Manda
The Agile team doctor -- don't be intimidated! It's not a new role. It can be executed by any team member in order to assess the health of the team. . . .
8/25/2014 by Bhawani Nandan Prasad
Which method for software development is best?
8/22/2014 by Rajeev Kumar Gupta
[Some] software projects, especially maintenance projects, normally do not have full-time product owners . . . sometimes there is more than one product owner. This article aims to showcase a mitigation plan that can be handy and effective in overcoming Scrum violations in the product owner's case.
8/22/2014 by Gurpreet Singh
A poem for Agile practitioners. . . .
8/20/2014 by Davi Gabriel da Silva
If you are an agilist, you may be facing some difficulties. . . .
8/19/2014 by Marcos Aurelio Paixao
Undoubtedly one of the biggest challenges encountered during Agile adoption is the needed change for incorporating new processes in the environment, including partners, customers, employees, and the product deliverables. . . .
8/19/2014 by Bogdan Giurgiu
I believe that reading a book, like any other life experience, is a personal journey, one we experience and visualize through the lens of our previous experiences and personal interests. With this in mind, I would like to share with you one of the great journeys I recently had. . . .
8/18/2014 by Stefano Porro
How many times have you read, "Agile is about mind-set" on Twitter, other social media, or blogs? It seems a mantra, a philosophical phrase like, "If you want, you can." . . . Why don't we try to better define its meaning?
8/18/2014 by Tamma Rajkumar Manda
The Emotional Quotient (EQ) and Intelligence Quotient (IQ) are the basic ingredients of an Agile coach. You may be brilliant in terms of knowledge, skill sets, and so on. But does that ensure that you will become a successful Agile coach?