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9/26/2014 by Ravishankar N,Frank Castagna
This article highlights why it is essential for an Agile team to develop a "product view" to deliver the benefits of Agileto the business. It also explores a few ideas to enable the product view.
9/25/2014 by Brian "Ponch" Rivera,Ashok Singh
Many established organizations lack the maturity to tackle agility and continuous delivery in its true spirit, not realizing that they have to radically revolutionize themselves at frequent intervals just to stay relevant. . . .
9/25/2014 by Roger Broyles
I've created a simple framework for capturing the data generated throughout the life of an Agile project, allowing me to successfully answer my stakeholders' questions and communicate the story of my Agile projects effectively.
9/24/2014 by William "RED" Davidson
"Accountable." "Accountability." "Will be held accountable." "To hold them accountable." These words and phrases are used a lot. What does it really mean to be held accountable?
9/24/2014 by Sudharshan Kumar
I am writing this article based on my first experience in Agile implementation as an Agile specialist. . . .
9/23/2014 by Pradeep Bindra MS MBA SAFe-SPC4 ICP-ACC ICP-ATF CSP CSM CSPO PSM SFCLEANSSGB,Greg Mandanis CSP CSM || THE SCRUMEISTER ||
Most organizations claim they are Agile when all the ceremonies are in place and team members try to attend them, there is a tool for tracking sprints, and their main focus is on delivery. . . .
9/23/2014 by Sandeep Lad
During one of my first projects as a new ScrumMaster, I was asked to interview for an IT business analyst for my team. My product owner's office was ten feet away from the team, so we were colocated with the product owner and I did not have need for a business analyst. . . .
9/22/2014 by Dorothy Murray
Conflict is not a bad thing if it can be resolved effectively. If conflict is not handled effectively, the results can be damaging. . . .
9/22/2014 by Manoj Khanna
Product backlog refinement, or PBR, is an integral component of successful Scrums. This process of continuously reviewing product backlog items, to ensure that teams know exactly what to work on in the sprints, cannot be done without.
9/19/2014 by Rajeev Kumar Gupta
We had been using sticky notes on our Scrum board. Sticky notes are good and inexpensive; however, the Scrum board does not give us an overall "feel" and picture. . . . During one of the sprint retrospectives, our team resolved this problem with an innovation.