This video discusses of Big Visible Charts (also named BVCs or Information Radiators) as a practice to improve the status visibility of agile projects.
A team of volunteers put together this video to highlight the less desirable behaviors that can sometimes make their way into a daily Scrum Stand-up meeting.
This article suggests that it would be wise to think, very candidly, whether Agile is really something that your company can achieve. The less transparency is tolerated in a company, the less traction Agile will get. Another key prerequisite for being Agile is having the ability to have adult conversations.
In this blog post, Kristen Bornemann shares her thought about getting quick results from iteration in the context of the independent game developers. There is a fine line between making quick iteration a focus and getting bogged down in process.
Roy Osherove shares in this video how you can you manage a person who is always late to a stand-up meeting.
This blog post provides an objective side-by-side comparison of the MSF for Agile Software Development v5.0 and the Visual Studio Scrum 1.0 process templates.
Product owners are under a lot of pressure. On one side, customers, stakeholders and users provide a constant stream of requests and demands. On the other side, developers own their estimates and commitments. It’s easy to take on too much work and resort to heroic prioritisation to try to make things fit. This video gives to Scrum product owners several ideas on how to adapt their product management process to increase quality.