Considering the increasing number of companies practicing Agile, getting a ScrumMaster on the rolls has almost become mandatory. Consequently, lot of people (including PMPs) are getting themselves certified as ScrumMasters (or Certified Scrum Developers/Certified Scrum Product Owners). After two days' training and passing the exam, they consider the job done. If you are one of them, then your journey has only started.
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Agility crept into the management discourse without most of us knowing what it meant. On the surface, of course, it seems quite simple and an attractive concept. But how do we achieve it? Indeed, what exactly are we pursuing?
VersionOne recently released the results of their State of Agile Development Survey for 2012, and once again it proved to be an interesting indicator of Agile adoption and trends.
Collaboration is a key to success in agile.
As Agile grows up and its principles become widely accepted within IT organizations, one roadblock to more significant organizational change is becoming clear--resistance from management.