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7/28/2014 by Hesham Amin
One of the core Agile practices is to inspect and adapt. . . . We should work on maximizing the benefits of the retrospective meeting and adapt according to its outputs, or it will turn into a useless ritual.
7/28/2014 by Ravishankar N
How does an independent QA organization work in an Agile setup?
7/25/2014 by Brian "Ponch" Rivera,Ashok Singh
The Agile community must be held accountable for guiding organizations into believing that Agile is something that they can just do, adopt, or buy.
7/25/2014 by Gene Gendel
A few days ago, I went to the happy hour of a local staffing firm that specializes in placing Agile technical and leading resources. . . . As I was walking around the office, what caught my eye were a few huge whiteboards attached to the walls. . . .
7/24/2014 by Saravana Bharathi
Can a team function on its own, without a ScrumMaster?
7/24/2014 by William Nicolich
What I'd like to do in this article is take a moment to step back, appreciate, and even enjoy a repeated observation that, to me, is much like watching a movie about the zombie apocalypse. . . .
7/23/2014 by Vijay Bandaru
Product backlog refinement helps keep the upcoming backlog items discussed in detail and lined up for future sprints. This will improve the rhythm of the Scrum team. . . .
7/23/2014 by Rajeev Kumar Gupta
A couple of days back, a team member from a different Scrum team was complaining in the Scrum of Scrums that the daily stand-up meeting was a waste of time. . . .
7/22/2014 by Muthaiya Nallalam Parasuraman
This is the "first-aid kit" of my friend, who is an advanced consultant at a fast-growing IT consultancy. These are tips and tricks he discussed with me for helping teams that are struggling to deal with "time addiction."
7/22/2014 by Michael Stuedemann
One of the most common comments I receive when coaching or training clients on Scrum is, "We already do retrospectives -- we just call them lessons-learned sessions." While this type of statement is undoubtedly a result of people attempting to make the unfamiliar familiar, it represents a lack of appreciation for how different retrospectives are. . . .