Articles I've written
Three Things I Wish I Knew Before Jumping
Three lessons one CSP learned during his first Scrum project.
Managing Myopia with Release Burndowns
Sprint burndowns are an essential Scrum artifact. Teams use them throughout the sprint to track work remaining. But one CSP has found that, for his projects, a release burndown has become just as essential, especially when it comes to communicating with upper management.
Getting Dirty with Scrum
Scrum teams just look different. From their faded whiteboards to their discarded post-it notes, Scrum teams make their mark just by doing their job. Read one CSPs story of how his team's space tells the story of their struggles and their triumphs.
AgiLeaks: What Would WikiLeaks Say About Government IT Projects?
I was doing research the other day and came across an interesting article on FederalTimes.com about an FBI information technology (IT) project that was estimated to cost approximately $451 million. When the article was written, in October 2010, th...
I have realized that my coaching style and approach may need to be different for start-ups than for larger, more established companies.