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How does increased transparency reduce risk in software development projects?

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Lack of transparency leads to poor quality, which has a strong negative impact on organisation’s brands and revenue. Customers delay sales, and you lose revenue because of poor quality Releasing poor quality software builds the expectation that initial releases will be buggy. If a release ...


Brain Games

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Brainstorming is a technique that is often used in Scrum. Especially during Sprint Retrospectives. Brainstorming has some basic rules which are urged to provide its efficiency:  Don’t judge or criticize ideas. Encourage fantastic and wild ideas. Go for quantity. The mor...

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Give Thanks For Scrum: The 5th ANNUAL 11/26/2013

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Join Ken Schwaber, Jeff Sutherland, and the Scrum Community of Greater Boston for The 5th Annual Give Thanks For Scrum happening on November 26, 2013 in Woburn, MA. Jeff and Ken give keynotes, and answer your most challenging Scrum questions. Expect great sessions; great socializing; great food, and...


NPR’s Gone Agile…Even Their Newsroom!

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On the last blazing hot day of fall, Rob Bole (Director of Innovation at BBG) and I (Erica Malouf, Blogger/Researcher at BBG) hopped in a cab near the National Mall and landed at the shiny, new NPR headquarters at 1111 North Capitol Street NE. We had one mission: corner Zach Brand, head of all thing...


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Sprint Retrospectives in Practice

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A couple of months ago we looked at how to conduct a Sprint Review. We saw that a Review considers what work was done, and distinguished it from a Sprint Retrospective which reflects upon how work is being done. The distinction between the two can appear to be rather academic, and slurring a Review ...

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What is Agile? [Podcast with Ken Schwaber]

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Ken Schwaber and Jochen Krebs talk about Agility Path™, an approach to increase the level of agility with organizations that are ready for this journey. Agility Path includes a set of core metrics, which interpreted together lead to the Agility Index. Perhaps the most important questions...


Scrum.org brings Professional Scrum courses to Brussels

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 courses coming to Brussels with Director of Scrum.org Professional Series, Gunther Verheyen Oct | Nov Scrum.org is bringing two Professional Scrum Master (PSM) courses to Brussels, Belgium, October and November...


PSD I Assessment is Now Available to All

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Assessing one’s knowledge is a great way to validate, learn, and improve one’s understanding of a given subject area. Now, software professionals who work together on Scrum Teams can do just that, by attempting the Professional Scrum Developer I (PSD I) assessment, without taking a cours...


Scrum Update 2013

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After two years of working closely with the agile and Scrum community, the originators of Scrum, Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland, have today announced the next series of updates to Scrum through the (2013) Scrum Guide, the definitive Scrum rule book and documentation of Scrum itself. K...


Suavez votre voisin!

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Comme je l’avais promis dans mon billet intitulé « Sauvez votre voisin », je vous présente ici des pistes de réflexion, des techniques et des exemples concrets pour vous inspirer et vous aider à trouver votre propre voie. Comment s’y prend-on pour ...

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Reflections on Scrum Day Europe 2013: Path To Agility

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Scrum Day Europe 2013 was a blast! Just like last year, the conference was held in the marvelous Pakhuis de Zwijger in Amsterdam, and was attended by hundreds of Scrum enthusiasts from all over Europe. This years conference focussed on how to extend Scrum practices from the team to the organizationa...

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Metrics to Build Great Agile Teams: Measure Influence, Not Control

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Couple of weeks back, I noticed an incident that triggered this post. Senior Management in a company applauded people for showing individual heroics on the project. Some of them were: Staying late in office to address a client request? Responding to project emails at late night. Rewarding testers on...

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Iterative Estimation

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Estimation has been the bane of the developer’s life ever since we moved beyond the hacker era of software creation, and into “corporate software”. When people hacked, they just wrote code, completed stuff and released it. People took pride in their work, challenged one another, ma...


The Software Revolution Behind LinkedIn’s Gushing Profits

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LinkedIn is a Wall Street darling, its stock up more than threefold in two years on soaring revenue, spiking profits, and seven straight quarters beating bankers’ estimates. But LinkedIn’s success isn’t just about numbers: an impressive acceleration of LinkedIn’s product cycl...


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