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.
Videos on Scrum and Agile Project Management
Continuous feedback is part of basic principles of Agile project management, using techniques such as Test Driven Development (TDD), Continuous integration or daily stand-ups meetings that allow the Scrum team to share concerns about potential challenges as well as coordinate efforts to resolve difficult and/or time-consuming issues.
In this short video, a development manager explains how they use Scrum for development work in the sprints, but use KanBan to deal with issues with released software in the field. Their helpdesk prioritises the issues and the team uses the KanBan board to solve these issues as fast as possible.
Your agile team has built great software, only to find out it cannot work in production? Agile has taken the development community by storm. It has improved our everyday lives. It enables us to build great working software in all kinds of environments. But for many companies, covering the last mile, bringing an application into production is the biggest obstacle to being truly agile. Prescribed processes and skill-sets in operations lag behind a decade. We have created cross-functional teams, excluding one of the most important aspects of of software – it needs to run in production!
Fast turnaround in agile projects requires the specifications and testing processes to fit into to short iterations, which is a challenge for many teams when they start out with agile development.
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.