Scrum attack, like a heart attack, can happen at any time to any team. Unhealthy habits put the team at higher risk of an attack. What are these habits and what are the symptoms to look out for? I talk about them in this post.Continue Reading
Just following an Agile method like Scrum or Kanban doesn’t bring Agility into an organization. For sure, it is a good first step but not enough to be agile and nimble. So what does it take an organization to move towards “real” agility? That’s what we will discuss in this post.Continue Reading
Like anyone learning a new art, the Agile team goes through distinct stages in their educative process. Understanding these stages is essential for right level of coaching and mentoring. Let us look at these stages in this blog post.
In Agile, there are many uses of retrospective meetings. They put a check to make sure that the process is helping the team rather than hampering their progress. One of the benefit is to identify and eliminate the different forms of waste that the project may give rise to. Let us talk about them in this post.