In this interesting post, Scott Bain explains why ignorance and silence will help you to win arguments.
Using agile principles IT organizations can be more responsive to their business needs, focusing upon delivering working software at quickly as possible. However they often fail to incorporate the end customer- the user- into the product development process.
This blog post provides an inside view on how a Scrum team runs retrospectives.
In this very interesting post after the 10 years agile celebration meeting, Philippe Kruchten presents some major issues that are in the air of the Agile community, but are difficult to discuss.
This article we compare CMMI and Scrum and find that Scrum is a good implementation for some of the practices in Level 2. Therefore, a group can use Scrum and CMMI together.
In this blog post, Peter Stevens looks at what are the differences between Scrum and the V-Model to see where the two come into conflict and where they could complement each other.
This video looks at the team dynamics in agile, applied particularly to projects that involve creating software. You will learn about the stages of team formation and the impact on the team’s velocity and the quality of the code the team produces in each stage. The video explores what happens when the team members work well together as well as when they don’t. It presents how to keep improving the collaboration between team members. http://skillsmatter.com/podcast/agile-scrum/successful-agile-teams