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Meeting the Needs of Software Developers

by Ken Whitaker

Using extreme PM tips and techniques will only be successful if you know how to effectively and consistently manage the human element. This is particularly difficult when dealing with creative types. The key ingredient of software development leadership success can be represented as a balance of planning, process and people leadership in order to produce quality products.

Mobius Strip and Double-Loop Learning

by Badri N. Srinivasan

The concept of double-loop learning exemplified by the Mobius strip can be a great model for encouraging transformational improvements by challenging key assumptions and strategies. Combining agile practices and a dose of courage, learn how double-loop learning can help your organization respond more effectively to change and thrive in the marketplace.

More Agile Anti-Patterns

by Bart Gerardi

Story points are one of the most misunderstood and misused aspects of the Agile methodology. In the second installment of our series on Agile Anti-Patterns, we look at two more ways that story points can be used incorrectly, making the team both less agile and more frustrated in the process.

Most Project Managers Make Lousy Scrum Masters

by Anthony Mersino, PMP, PMI-ACP, CSM, CSP, PSPO

Though it may sound tough or critical, the reality for this author is that most project managers make lousy scrum masters. The good news for those of you who are great project managers is that it is possible to be a great scrum master as well. Here are some tips...

My Agile Kit

by Wayne Grant

Scrum Masters use different props and materials to plan, estimate, conduct retrospectives and maintain information radiators such as task boards. This collection of “stuff” is key to creating a visible, tactile work environment that engages team members. Here is a detailed look at the contents of one such “Agile Kit.”

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