What should an agile organization "feel" like? Here is a list of just a few of the things to look for in an organization with agility embedded in its DNA.
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Agile teams use the term spike to refer to a time-boxed research activity.
What's the connection between Agile and Devops?
In anticipation of May the Fourth (better known as "Star Wars Day"), you and your Scrum teams should take a break from the standard "What went well?"/"What didn't go well?" retrospectives and infuse some fresh energy and humor into a tried-and-true ceremony by holding a "Star Wars Retrospective".
Do you hold the job title of Scrum Master in your organization? In most big companies today, this role is still misrepresented as a Project Manager, which is hindering the pursuit of organizational Agility and hurting the professionals who are genuinely attempting to make this challenging job change. If you are one of these people, then it might be time for you to make a change.
Assessment is essential, not only to guide the development of individuals but also to monitor and continuously improve the quality of deliverables and provide evidence of accountability to those who pay our way. Have you ever assessed the way your team follows agile/Scrum?
We are now at a crossroads in the Agile-adoption narrative. How did we get here? What have we learned? What are we doing about it?
Making a game is hard. Really hard. We all know that. But why? And what can we do about it?
It's no secret agile projects can fail, but do you know the reasons they fail and how to avoid them?
Visual specifications are a powerful way of increasing our understanding of requirements and increasingly help us determine if our intended solution will solve the problem and be usable.