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9/1/2016 by Vijay Bandaru
Every individual in an organization has a specific responsibility for helping create a great culture, to realize a better future for the organization overall.
8/31/2016 by Abhijeet Verma
As humans, we have a tendency to forget things — or sometimes completely ignore things — if they don’t interest us or offer little to no value. In terms of effective Scrum execution, important discussion points can vaporize quickly. We came up with the following solution to this common problem.
8/31/2016 by sambath kumar shanmugam
A decade ago, the war room model was a popular approach for problem solving in computer software development. But it's not a good idea, for the following reasons.
8/30/2016 by Ranjith Ratna Kumar Subramanian
When impediments go unnoticed for a long time, they create a severe impact on the team. Here are some ways to help the team raise its awareness of impediments, and mitigate them.
8/29/2016 by Arne Hellmich
Two teams, on two continents, prepare for the daily stand-up. For one, the business day is almost over. There’s only this last, annoying, mandatory daily meeting. It’s only 15 minutes — but is that the best way to greet colleagues on the other side of the world?
8/26/2016 by Vivek Ganesan
Making a fundamental attribution error is an easy mistake that could be killing your retrospectives. Here's how to understand and avoid it.
8/26/2016 by Homero Leal
Well-written team working agreements can ease friction among members in the early stages of team formation — especially if the team practices its new Scrum knowledge in order to form those agreements.
8/25/2016 by Scott Gould
Your company is hiring a new ScrumMaster or Agile coach. You have the job description, and you have candidates who have the appropriate certifications. Now what?
8/25/2016 by Renato Guilarducci
Sometimes people are so eager in becoming Agile that they focus too much on the processes and tools, and they forget about the people and interactions. It's time to step back and be Agile rather than do Agile.
8/24/2016 by Daniel Castro
It is impressive how Michael E. Porter's Five Forces model is clearly about what Scrum aims to minimize by defending a key concept: agility.