Articles on Scrum and Agile Project Management
After a first article about the negative sides of Agile certifications from the Agile practitioners’ perspective, Mark Haynes explores, again with a facetious bias, certifications in an organizational context.
CSM, PMI-ACP, PSM. Some people wear their certifications like badges of honor. In this article, Mark Haynes describes, with a facetious bias, some of the negative sides of Agile certifications.
Retrospectives are a crucial part of agile software development. They provide the basis for self-improvement in Scrum teams. This article explores the benefits and challenges of distributed retrospectives and provide tips for conducting effective remote team reflection.
Scrum is a framework for project management used to organize and work on a project to make it have effective results. It is a set of tools and resources used to get the best out of a project.
No matter what project you are running, it is essential to ensure your quality assurance (QA) specialists are the perfect fit. Popular apps like NerdWallet, MyFitnessPal, and Under Armour rely on QA experts to build and test applications that meet user needs.
ScrumMasters are accountable for increasing visibility and tackling organizational obstacles, while creating an Agile environment in which team members thrive. Quiet firing may represent the mother of all organizational impediments.
User stories and story points are often used as a technique to define requirements and estimate work by Scrum teams. This article explains why it is not a good practice to use story points as an estimation tool with planning poker.