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3/12/2015 by William Nicolich
Indecision has stayed in the shadows as an implied and perhaps enigmatic problem in software development. To know how to address it, I argue, is pay dirt.
3/12/2015 by SAVVY KATHAM
Agile projects start with great expectations. However, we mustn't take this pace for granted. Understand the latent risks, and mitigate them proactively.
3/11/2015 by Attila Nyeste
Undoubtedly both the inspect-and-adapt mind-set and retrospective meetings are cornerstones of Agile/Scrum. However, I have worked with quite a few teams that struggled to set KPIs and produce metrics for their counteractions.
3/11/2015 by Raghu Challapilla
I remember walking home from work one rainy evening in downtown Seattle. I was a happy man, and it wasn't an unusual day. I loved working at my company and my manager brought out the best in me. . . .
3/10/2015 by Prince Kumar Mishra
Every organization faces patches of rough weather in its journey toward success. Here's a case for adopting Scrum to tackle some of the most common yet tricky problems.
3/10/2015 by Andrew Lin
Throughout the years of my career as a project manager, ScrumMaster, and product manager, I have discovered all kinds of rules, laws, and principles. I have collected those related to Agile and Scrum here; I hope they can provide some insights for you.
3/9/2015 by Luca Mezzalira
Feedback loops help on a daily basis with project improvement and delivery success. Don't be afraid to try new techniques to improve your team and your company.
3/9/2015 by Joana Penha-Lopes
Can a company adopt Agile successfully even if it is not IT-driven and has no methodology in place? Yes, it is possible. Let me tell you my story.
3/5/2015 by Bradley Nelson SPC LeSS CLPPMP CSM CSP PSM
Under the right circumstances, a new Scrum team can rapidly be taught just enough Scrum to kick off a real-world project in two and one-half days. This is like a car accelerating from zero to sixty in under six seconds!
3/4/2015 by Micheal Prom
The development of medical devices has largely gone unchanged in the last few decades. It has only been recently that it and other heavily regulated industries have considered Agile.