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5 Scrum Values and Beyond

By: Kreisler Ng, Agile Practice Lead at cPrime, Inc. 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 detail the definition of each one although there is a great post by Gunther Verheyen in his blog. The following list below of the values is READ MORE

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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 a case for better communication in software projects. I’d like to untangle several points about agile development the author missed. Essentially, JIRA fell READ MORE

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The Ugly Truth About Scaling Agile

Congratulations. 100% of your developers are now practicing agile. You have a stable, predictable velocity and even your CEO knows what a scrum is. You’ve scaled, right? Wrong. The ugly truth about scaling agile is that no matter how many individual teams practice agile in their own unique ways, scaling “wide” without scaling “up” means that your organization as a whole still READ MORE

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Scaling Agile with Atlassian and SAFe

Atlassian has been supporting large companies as they adopt agile methodologies for years. We’ve seen that while many scaling methodologies are available, the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe®) has been the most widely adopted. Join this webinar to learn one approach to supporting SAFe® with Atlassian products as explained by an Atlassian agile coach and solutions engineers from cPrime. READ MORE

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A Study in Scenes: Going Agile on a Grand Scale

Scene 1: The need was clear. In early 2015, Agilent’s Software & Informatics Division set a new priority: improve the predictability of the group’s performance. John Sadler, VP and General Manager of the division saw the need to change significantly the way various functional silos coordinated to build products. Proposing an Agile transformation, he green-lighted a coaching READ MORE

Krista Trapani |   agile case study

New CSM Video, Same Great Course!

The cPrime Training Center has certified over 30,000 students since 2009 and is the largest provider of Agile training in the United States. How did we come to be the largest? Most importantly, the value we provide is unrivaled. We work with the best of the best instructors to provide the greatest experience possible for each and every one of our students. Additionally, we bring training to READ MORE

Krista Trapani
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Agile Reporting in JIRA

Some teams find it difficult to measure the success (or failure) of Agile projects. In many cases this is because the link between process and technology is absent and the right tools are not being used – or are not being used in the right way. In this presentation we will introduce Atlasssian products that bring agile reporting to life. We will focus on capturing metrics for specific READ MORE

Krista Trapani
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Burn Baby Burn… 5 JIRA Software Burn Up Hacks for Program Managers and PMO’s

  We are living in world of over used metrics and reports that tell us nothing. Every position is forced to verify and validate their efforts or be burned at the stake. So, how did we even get here? I thought Agile was supposed to get us less documentation and teams that decided what to do on their own time without having to report anything. Well… as long as program managers READ MORE

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cPrime Partners with Electric Cloud to help Enterprises Advance DevOps and Release Automation Success

cPrime, a global provider of software services for Agile-based organizations, and Electric Cloud, the leader in DevOps Release Automation, today announced a partnership to help enterprise IT organizations better align tools, processes and services for DevOps success in the enterprise. With services and support for the ElectricFlow DevOps Release Automation platform, cPrime and Electric READ MORE

Krista Trapani

Survival Tips for the Upcoming Atlassian Summit!

Our team attends the Atlassian Summit every year and they have become quite “good” at it. This year, we are upping the ante and participating as a Platinum sponsor, and sending over 20 team members. Every year, we see some attendees who might benefit from some of our expert advice. If you are currently attending or planning to attend your first, second or third conference, you READ MORE

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