This article presents the changes needed to create collaborative agile teams. It explains that you need to modify in your traditional project management team both the process, the way people get work done, and how people work together.
This article explains that it is important to end doomed projects before they become “too big to fail”. This article isn’t about the personal benefits of failure, but is rather about Agile software development. It’s about how failure, recognizing it and doing something about it, is a critical element of any Agile initiative.
In this article, Stefan Roock shares five tips for impediment resolution with Scrum: 1. Make the impediments visible 2. Search for impediments 3. Limit the number of impediments 4. Differentiate between local and global impediments 5. Help the team to resolve impediments
This video discusses the groups dynamics that hinder self-organization in an Agile team, seen from a behavioral perspective and presents techniques to loosen the blocking dynamics.