12/18/2013 by Robert Kalweit
Years ago I came across a developer's resume published via Y Combinator's Hacker News, and I was intrigued. . . . I looked up the original resume by Leonardo da Vinci and found that one even more bristling with self-confidence. Ever since then, I have wanted to write a similar resume for Agile project managers. So here it is. . . .
12/18/2013 by Sriramasundararajan Rajagopalan
When team members vary on the perceived requirements of user stories, this is an indication of ambiguous requirements or unclear scope leading to questionable "done" criteria. Here is where the proven PERT method can be applied even in an Agile environment. . . .
12/17/2013 by Sourabh Goel
Looking at a friend's business predicament, I decided that it was time to adapt Agile practices to try and address a common problem in a niche industry, and that this might well be a perfect case study to investigate and analyze the degree of success with which agility could be implemented in the world beyond software development. . . .
12/17/2013 by Brad Dolbec CSM CSP
When I look over all of the items associated with the Agile Manifesto, there is one belief, one central tenet, that really makes it work. This element is trust. . . .
12/16/2013 by Ashok Singh
More and more companies are adopting Agile to realize the benefits of quicker delivery and better-quality products that reflect user needs. However, other companies become disenchanted with Agile practices. Let’s analyze some of the key reasons why some companies fail in adopting Agile practices -- and what we can do to fix that. . . .
12/16/2013 by Gurtej Pal Singh
Although there is extensive information available on risk management, very little has attempted to rigorously apply effective engineering practices as tools for risk management in Agile development projects. The purpose of this article is to name some engineering practices that, when aligned to Agile product development, will empower overall risk management. . . .
12/13/2013 by Francesco Attanasio
Many organizations that embark on the journey to achieve greater agility are soon confused by who ought to play the role of the ScrumMaster, and by the nature of that role. Maybe this sounds familiar. . . .
12/13/2013 by Ravishankar N
Agile adoption is a collaborative effort. To sail smoothly and arrive at the desired state, business leaders have to commit their support throughout the journey. Here are ten things that business leadership should do to help the company successfully travel the Agile-adoption path. . . .
12/12/2013 by James Hannon
In some companies project teams are made up of long-tenured senior members. At first blush the reader may think this is an advantage for these companies, but in the move to Agile it can also be a disadvantage.
12/12/2013 by Manoj Khanna
While there are many reasons why the product owner's presence and participation in the Daily Scrum are vital, here are the top five. . . .