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9/17/2014 by Prabhu Missier
Quite often, traditional teams that had a strict hierarchy in place struggle to come to terms with the empowerment that is bestowed on members of a Scrum team. . . .
9/16/2014 by Els Meyvaert
The Scrum framework is perfect for communication agencies, and after becoming a Certified ScrumMaster, I now feel it as my duty to tell everyone about it . . .
9/16/2014 by Jeewan Chandra Bhatt
A dream for every ScrumMaster is to turn his or her team into a self-managed and self-organized team. Here are a few important steps to help you do it.
9/15/2014 by Koti Reddy Bhavanam
I am making an attempt here to map the Scrum model into ITTOs for anyone's understanding and easy implementation.
9/15/2014 by Madhavi Ledalla
"A picture is worth thousand words" -- this proverb triggered me to come up with a simple pictorial view to depict the Scrum framework in a funny yet meaningful way . . .
9/12/2014 by Charles Rodriguez
The quest of transitioning away from traditional, plan-driven development may prove one of the most challenging commitments an organization will make. The "Ghosts of Processes Past" will creep up at the most inconvenient moments, but far worse are the monsters that lie in wait.
9/12/2014 by Tamma Rajkumar Manda
The transformation to Agile has to be done. We can take a softer or harder method, but it is the business need. Our prime focus points must be . . .
9/11/2014 by Matthew Dominici
High-performing Scrum teams run like a hot knife through butter. They move so fast that job titles become a blur, and last week's impediments seem like a distant, faded memory. I want to focus for a moment, though, on an impediment that many teams oversimplify . . .
9/11/2014 by Mythili Pisolkar
Agile IT development came along . . . and showed us how IT development can be done faster and better. But it did not exactly make it easy for the onsite-offshore model.
9/10/2014 by Meghana Niranjan Parwate
Poka-yoke means "mistake-proofing" in Japanese. Poka-yoke is also a development technique, one that helps avoid mistakes. . . .