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12/15/2015 by Paul Goddard,Geoff Watts
Over the years, we've facilitated and observed many retrospectives – in fact, we would struggle to guess just how many. Here we share our top 10 tips for running a great retrospective.
12/14/2015 by Manta Mark
When a company is transitioning from Waterfall to Scrum, various issues arise. One is transforming the reporting structure, and another is transforming certain functions.
12/11/2015 by Geraldo Farias
If ScrumMasters are to help the development team to become effective, they always ask this question: Must the ScrumMaster know the technical details that support the implementation of a product?
12/10/2015 by Saad Ali Jan
People often think that "Agile" and traditional Quality Management System (QMS) are two different worlds. However, you might think differently after reading my article.
12/10/2015 by Sayi Sarat Chandra Parvatam
Every firm wants to succeed in its Agile transformation. However, it’s not surprising to know that Agile projects, though well planned, can fail miserably. Let's analyze the reasons why.
12/9/2015 by Garren Heye
If you've ever tried an Agile or Scrum implementation, then you have undoubtedly seen the all-too-common looks of confusion on your students' faces. When my partner Mat and I do a new implementation, we start with the absolute basics.
12/9/2015 by Kenneth Adams
In this article I'll focus on the following strategies for scaling your Scrum implementation: How to scale Scrum to large programs and portfolio levels, and how to avoid common mistakes in Scrum.
12/8/2015 by Eduardo Ribeiro
This article identifies questions you can use to create an Agile Maturity Self-Assessment Survey, and it discusses the importance of this type of survey.
12/8/2015 by Suda Ramakrishna Thiparthy
What follows is my interpretation of the basics of Scrum.
12/7/2015 by Karunakar M
Retrospectives provide a platform for the whole team to reflect and learn from the past. Yet some teams consider retrospectives to be the most expendable meeting. This article takes a look at why -- and the reasons to overcome that attitude.