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5 Characteristics for Agile Reporting in the Real World

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5 Characteristics for Agile Reporting in the Real World

Any Scrum Master or Team Member is keenly aware that they are expected to deliver software each and every iteration that provides value. Reporting, measurements, and metrics are vital part of that effort, which going...

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Agile done, done done, or pivot?

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Agile done, done done, or pivot?

If Agile calls for constant iteration and improvement, how can Agile developers ever be “done” with anything? In our new ebook, Contested Development, Cameron Deatsch from Atlassian tells a story about that: “My favorite Agile...

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What is the value of coaching?  Is it required for an organization to be successful in Agile?

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What is the value of coaching? Is it required for an organization to be successful in Agile?

Let us first define and standardize on what coaching is. “Coaching is a form of development in which a person called a coach supports a learner or client in achieving a specific personal or professional...

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New Webinar On Demand:  Organizational Silos that are Slowly Crippling Your Team’s Productivity

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New Webinar On Demand: Organizational Silos that are Slowly Crippling Your Team’s Productivity

  Welcome to the cPrime webinar on why organizational silos are slowly crippling your team\'s productivity. We want to thank you for joining us today and before we start, we would love to ask a...

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Aaarrrggghhh, what say the manifesto?

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Aaarrrggghhh, what say the manifesto?

In 2003, Disney turned the theme park ride Pirates of the Caribbean into an armada of Hollywood cash galleons, the fifth of which is sailing out of theaters. The first PotC (79 on Rotten Tomatoes)...

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Cprime is changing the game for this year’s Atlassian Summit US

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Cprime is changing the game for this year’s Atlassian Summit US

The end of summer and the coming of fall is signaled by a few things, the changing of the leaves, cooling of the air, and for us in the world of tech, the Atlassian Summit....

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Cprime Acquires Blue Agility to Provide Better Global SAFe Transformations

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Cprime Acquires Blue Agility to Provide Better Global SAFe Transformations

Cprime is proud to announce that we have acquired Blue Agility, a leading Agile and DevOps consulting and training firm, based in Bristol, Pennsylvania. Since 2011, Blue Agility has helped organizations implement large-scale agile transformations,...

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The Agile Enterprise: The Role of Leadership & Organization Health in Scaling Agile

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The Agile Enterprise: The Role of Leadership & Organization Health in Scaling Agile

The Agile Enterprise is nimble and robust. Responsive to an ever-changing, high-speed marketplace, it anticipates customer needs and wants. Its capacity for innovation delights customers and employees alike. Implementing agile for software development is vital...

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Scrum Master One of the Highest Paying Jobs in US – The Washington Post

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Scrum Master One of the Highest Paying Jobs in US – The Washington Post

Guess what! Scrum Master is among the highest paying jobs in the US, as reported by the Washington Post in the “Leadership” column on March 8. The Post said: Being a \"scrum master\" may sound...

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Q&A with Chris Riley, Founder / CEO, HKM Consulting

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Q&A with Chris Riley, Founder / CEO, HKM Consulting

We were able to grab a few minutes of Chris’s time to ask him about the acquisition of HKM Consulting. Read below to learn what the acquisition means for HKM Consulting customers and how his...

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5 Scrum Values and Beyond

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5 Scrum Values and Beyond

Last year early in July, Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland, the co-creators of Scrum formally added the 5 Scrum Values to the Scrum Guide. The 5 Scrum Values are as follows. I won\'t go until...

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Untangling Agile Development Misconceptions

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Untangling Agile Development Misconceptions

Last Sunday, TechCrunch published “Death to JIRA,” an article that pinned the challenges of software development on one of the most powerful tools in the market. Author John Evans pointlessly misrepresented agile development to make...

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