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Abnormal Termination of a Sprint

Agile development is all about adapting to change. It is explicitly called out in the second principle behind the Agile Manifesto, “Welcome changing requirements, even late in development. Agile processes harness change for the customer’s competitive advantage.” This is why, in Scrum, the Product… Continue Reading →

Scrum Adoption Factors

The common belief that the vast majority of organizations adopting and integrating Scrum come from a Waterfall-like background was supported by the survey. 24% use Scrum for some projects while using Waterfall for the rest. 13% use Scrum exclusively, while 31% indicate no use of Waterfall. 23% felt it… Continue Reading →

Bringing Order from Chaos With Scrum

In software development organizations, chaos often results when a project’s complexity is greater than its managers’ ability to direct meaningful progress toward a goal. Progress might be made in fits and starts, but it is often indiscernible and unsatisfactory. Scrum cuts through… Continue Reading →

Agile Basics

A successful Agile development process has the potential to transform a waterfall development organization from slow, mammoth releases to quick iterative release cycle. Once an organization has a firm grip on Agile basics, moving from a yearly release cycle to… Continue Reading →

What Does A ScrumMaster Do?

Why should the ScrumMaster and Project Manager roles be filled different people? Will a ScrumMaster for a team of 10 be a full time position or can a programmer fill this position if highly trained in agile planning? Behind those questions is the assumption that the… Continue Reading →

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