The most popular Agile Development framework, Scrum, can be explained in many ways. If you're just trying to understand what Scrum is, this post is for you.
Understanding outcome value isn’t just beneficial, it’s critically important. After all, delivering value is our priority!
With COVID-19 forcing us all to learn about working from home, we're re-publishing our list of "Jim's 10 Tips for Scrum Development Teams," UPDATED for 2020!
As COVID-19 stretches teamwork limits, here's some tips for Scrum in a virtual environment, including daily Scrum, backlog refinement, Sprints, and more.
When beginning the transformation to Agile Development, it's hard to know exactly what skills the organization needs to adapt to the new way of working.
Effective Scrum use is more than Sprint Planning, Daily Scrums, and so on. To see a big difference in your team's Sprints, make these workflow changes.
Trying to plan detailed capacity for a Sprint? Thankfully, there are two things we can do to make capacity planning easier (and faster) in Sprint Planning.
Specialists with a particular skill can get stretched thin! But there's ways to solve this dilemma other than assigning them to ten Scrum teams at once.
In this article, we'll discuss how a team bares responsibility for the Sprint and what should be done if they can’t get everything done they committed to.
Bigger requirements are more complex, which typically have greater risk, which leads to more cost and/or waste. In other words, bigger is DEFINITELY not better!
Plan your transition to Agile Development for the long haul. It's more than just code. Treat it that way!
This blog post seeks to provide some tips you can use to help your teams successfully do large item estimation. Part 6 of my series on Backlog Refinement!