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Scrum, Kanban or Scrumban: When, Why and How?

by Vandana Roy

Is Scrum better, or Kanban? Which is more suitable for your project? Such questions--and sometimes the responses--put managers in a dilemma about which framework to embrace. Each has its own benefits and tales of success...

Scrum: Where Did It Come From?

by Laszlo Szalvay

Agile methods have boomed in influence and practice, as organizations of all sizes and types acknowledge that linear thinking won’t cut it in a complex business world. But what does it actually mean to be Agile? This three-part series explores the question, focusing on the most popular agile approach, Scrum.

Scrum: Where Is It Headed?

by Laszlo Szalvay

Agile methods have boomed in influence and practice, as organizations of all sizes and types acknowledge that linear thinking won’t cut it in a complex business world. But what does it actually mean to be agile? This three-part series explores the question, focusing on the most popular agile approach, Scrum.

Scrum: Where Is It Now?

by Laszlo Szalvay

Agile methods have boomed in influence and practice, as organizations of all sizes and types acknowledge that linear thinking won’t cut it in a complex business world. But what does it actually mean to be Agile? This three-part series explores the question, focusing on the most popular agile approach, Scrum.

Scrum’s Scientific Method

by Don Kim

The science behind Scrum is the notion of Empirical Process Control, which that is derived from (and firmly rooted in) industrial process control theory--and applicable to the complexity of human process management that often derails project schedules. This article is outlines the foundations of EPC and how it drives empirically based team management.

Scrumban Beyond Teams

by Ajay Reddy

The principles and practices of Scrumban can go beyond helping teams improve performance. Here are four levels that Scrumban can be employed, from teams and departments to programs and portfolios. This understanding can be a starting point for its adoption across the entire organization.

ScrumMaster: The Anti-PM?

by Andy Jordan

Do the skills required by each function make it almost impossible to be a successful PM and ScrumMaster? Our writer had one theory as he started his musings...and ended up somewhere else entirely.

Second Chances

by Tom L. Barnett, PMP

Think twice--and hard--before pulling the trigger on a team member for a mistake. Giving someone a second chance is your opportunity to build a team--not the chance to exact punishment.

Secrets of a KM Pusher

by Dave Garrett

You can post information 'til you're blue in the face, but how do you get people to use it?

Secrets to Organizational Change Management Communication Strategy

by Vyom Bhuta

A factor that is often overlooked during a system implementation is change management. It is critical to develop a change management strategy at the beginning of the project to ensure usage and adoption of the system after deployment.

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