Distributed Scrum is never going to be easy. Read five best practices.
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Do testers find it hard to adopt Scrum?
Today's agile resembles a modern laptop: lighter, safer, simpler, sturdier, more powerful and pleasant to use. Since it looks and feels quite different from traditional agile, is modern agile for advanced practitioners only?
Short-term projects are taking priority at many organizations as the trend toward agile IT spreads throughout the enterprise.
Enterprise organizations are beginning to buy in to agile techniques outside of their development teams, to gain company-wide benefits from being agile. Enterprises require scale, and with that scale comes process. But big questions remain unanswered...
Collaboration is a key to success in agile.
The main responsibility of a product owner in a Scrum team is to create a vision and convey that vision to the team. But for a product that is already in the market, the vision itself can become challenging. To achieve the right balance between expectations and strategy, you must innovate.
Although an agile team can embrace change, the stakeholders in an organization must understand that change is not always free.
Asynchronous applications increasingly facilitate stand-up meetings as agile IT teams spread out, but are you losing the magic of actually standing up?
The reality for many of our colleagues is that being agile is easier said than done.