10/3/2014 by Farzan Siddiqui
This article will outline the most common challenges of implementing Agile in a fixed-price project and address how to overcome the challenges through best practices.
10/3/2014 by Jimmy Mathew
This is an activity that will introduce the concept of prioritization and working closely with customers to understand the actual features that they need.
10/2/2014 by Hui Li
The retrospective meeting is not just any meeting. . . .
10/2/2014 by Maxim Kur
Companies and teams successfully implementing Scrum, or any Agile method for that matter, have much in common. . . . Teams struggling with Agile also share a lot of similarities in their behavior and thinking.
10/1/2014 by SAVVY KATHAM
Unlike the myth that says Agile projects can deliver "fast" and in a "short time," Agile projects actually do need efficient planning to deliver business value needs on time. . . . With that said, let's look at the role of one of the key activities in Agile executions, i.e., stand-up meetings (SUMs).
10/1/2014 by Ranjan Ghosh
This article was written to share experience I gathered while trying to evaluate ways to measure Agile adoption in an organization. . . . Sharing my experience will, I hope, put my findings in one place and help fellow Scrum Alliance members who may be similarly tasked to run an evaluation campaign.
9/30/2014 by Steve Sanoff
After a recent doctor visit, I decided to go on a diet and had a flash of inspiration. This was going to be a project, so why not use Scrum?
9/30/2014 by Fang Wan
The Internet revolution has made the IT industry grow faster, and die faster too. Any organization that survives must have good judgment regarding finances. However, it is tricky to align Agile implementation to revenue growth, because the ROI can never be that linear.
9/29/2014 by Madhavi Ledalla
Although not part of Scrum, the basic idea of doing a release retrospective is to review and evaluate an entire release, which spans multiple sprints, for getting a higher-level picture . . .
9/29/2014 by Manas Shirode
When coaching, real-world examples play a vital role. With examples, the audience can digest concepts very quickly. Cooking in teams is an example wherein Scrum is followed implicitly.