The Agile movement may have reached a tipping point. Many are finding that deploying Agile has not gained them the business benefits they are looking for. Looking deeper into what has occurred in many of the “Agile
It seems these days that on virtually every tender invitation the client claims to want an Agile project. But when you dig a bit deeper, it turns out either the client doesn’t really want an Agile approach,
Craig Larman author of “Scaling Lean & Agile Development: Thinking & Organizational Tools” and “Practices for Scaling Lean & Agile Development: Successful Large, Multisite & Offshore Products with Large-Scale Scrum” discusses large-scale Scrum for large, multisite, and/or
5 Oct 12
This short tutorial explains the Scrum Artifacts associated with Scrum Development, including User Story, Product Backlog, Sprint Backlog and Progress Charts.
24 Sep 12
Jeff Sutherland explains how it is becoming increasingly common for Scrum to first take root in a company’s engineering department and then expand out into other departments throughout the company. He says that “Scrum can double the
27 Aug 12