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40 Ideas To Spice Up Your Retrospective

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Selling Agile To Senior Managers

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How to gain buy in for an Agile Transformation

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Agile Development – Scaling Scrum

Agile Development – Scaling Scrum SAFe (scaled agile framework), Nexus Scrum, LESS (Large-Scale Scrum) and Scrum@Scale Introduction The evolution and adoption of agile software development methods in companies in recent years is undeniable. Today, many IT companies are already adapting to this new way of thinking and are quickly moving towards adopting agile, if not the whole, most of the techniques and culture disseminated by the agile philosophy. But as the adoption of such methods…
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Scrum Master

Are you an effective Scrum Master? 10 ways to find out Introduction A Scrum Master (SM) is a process coach and a great facilitator for a team using Scrum.  A SM plays a key role in helping the team to stay focused on the project’s goal and removing impediments throughout the project. The Scrum Master has the role and support of the team to be self-organized, remove obstacles that the team may be facing and…
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Top 5 reasons your IT Department should choose Agile

Top 5 reasons your IT Department should choose Agile These days, it has become important for each and every organization to introduce the latest technological advancements in its business and different departments. Only then can they survive in this highly competitive business world and succeed. Implementing the latest technology is sure to come with its own benefits and help the organization to create the right kind of impression upon its clients and vendors.   Introducing…
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What’s the difference between Framework and Method?

What’s the difference between Framework and Method? Why Scrum is a Framework instead of Method?   To understand Scrum, you have to understand the difference between a framework and a method. At a surface, it can be confusing which is which, but once you understand what is inside, you will know what Scrum really is.   A framework is a set of rules, which defines constraints. It is a frame with strict borders you are…
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How to find the best Scrum/Agile training?

As Agile methodologies becoming more and more popular, there is an obvious need on the market for all kind of trainings in this area. From more general, which show teams what Agile is all about to more specific like ScrumMaster or Product Owner certificate preparation. The choice of training courses is wide and there are a plethora of companies that provide such education for other companies. But, how to choose the right Agile course, which…
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How to choose the right Scrum Master Training Facility?

How to choose the right Scrum Master Training Facility?   As Scrum became a popular framework among all Agile methodologies, companies using this approach need more and more Scrum Masters for their teams. Some of them, especially those who transformed from old methods of managing the process, like project management, are looking for candidates among current employees. Here the need for a training appears. And where is a need, there are people and companies which…
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Agile Software Development Methodologies

Agile Software Development Methodologies have many advantages over traditional project management approaches in software development. There are not many doubts about these advantages and this is already known to many professionals in the field.   But what I have noticed is the impressive evolution, not only technical, but also behavioral of development teams that have migrated from projects with traditional management to agile approaches.   One of the main points that we can realize is…
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Planning short sprints to meet the customer business needs

Lately there has been much talk about agile software development and the best way to plan a successful sprint that meets the costumer business needs. We can say that the duration of the sprint greatly influences the end result of successful software deliveries, and this goes against the cultural aspects of each company, business dynamism and user expectations.   As a rule, there is a proposed duration between 2 to 4 weeks of sprint, in…
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A beginners guide to Agile and Scrum

A beginners guide to Agile and Scrum Managing a production process is not a new concept. The pursuit of optimization was one of the primary goals of every company for ages.  On the one hand, every business focus on earning money but on the other wants to limit their expenses. Both of those things are and will be substantial. In the times, when Waterfall and Project Management were known as the best tools for managing…
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