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Articles published in 2014

Remaining Effort – Technical Tasks

Remaining Effort – Technical Tasks

To help people understand the relevance and use of reestimation, I like to give a small example. . . .

Agile Principles from an Investment Banking Viewpoint

Agile Principles from an Investment Banking Viewpoint

I'd like to share a piece about how Agile principles need to be adopted by investment banks with large programs and teams spread across geographies in a follow-the-sun model. . . .

Product Backlog Refinement

Product Backlog Refinement

In Scrum there is no formal event that covers the refinement of the product backlog. . . .

The Significance of Agile Metrics

The Significance of Agile Metrics

A lack of understanding of, or attention toward, Agile metrics can result in the product development process being less successful than it could be.

It’s Time to Check CQ

It’s Time to Check CQ

Soon [CQ] is going to be a crucial factor to be considered when recruiting a person for an Agile position, along with IQ and EQ.

“Do You Really Want to Suck Forever?”

“Do You Really Want to Suck Forever?”

As today's business environment becomes more complex and even hostile, it is no wonder that the simple tools fighter pilots use to win in their environment are helping companies survive in theirs. . . .  Here, then, are the ways modern fighter pilots can contribute to organizations using Agile.

Waterfall to Agile

Waterfall to Agile

In my view, there can be two possible ways to implement Scrum/Agile at the team level. . .  .

Who Is Responsible for Schedule Slippage

Who Is Responsible for Schedule Slippage

Schedule slippage -- these must be the last two words any project manager or team member wants to hear!

The Magic of the Sprint Demo

The Magic of the Sprint Demo

It took a while for me to understand the broad scope of the sprint demo and the significant impact it has on overall team motivation. . . .

Scrum Is Simple but Not Easy

Scrum Is Simple but Not Easy

I often encounter teams who follow the rituals and processes of Scrum to some degree but do not really understand why they are doing it, nor grasp the power Scrum affords the development of a product. . . .

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