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Agile Methodologies

Check out these blogs to learn more about agile methodologies, including Scrum and Kanban, two of the most widely used Agile methodologies.

7 Things to Stop Doing in Kanban

As described in the Kanban Quick Start Guide and the Advanced Kanban Practice Guide which I developed a while ago, Kanban continues to be a highly popular Agile method used by all types of teams...

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State of Kanban Report (2021) – 7 Key Takeaways You Need to Know

For unknown reasons, many people consider Kanban a “second citizen,” sitting behind the Scrum framework within many organizations. Interestingly, Kanban is 50 years older than Scrum. Developed as part of the Toyota Production System in...

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From Scrum Master to Agile Coach – 5 tips to help you make the transition

If you have been working as a professional Scrum Master for a few years, it is very possible that you might get into a “slump” of sorts. Let me explain what I mean, based on...

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5 Things You Should Never Say (or Do) During Sprint Reviews

The Sprint Review seems like one of the simplest Scrum events to execute, yet many teams tend to miss this key opportunity to inspect the progress of work. From my experience working with a variety...

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5 Things You Should Never Say (or Do) During Sprint Planning

Many years ago, a friend of mine once told me: “Sometimes the best way to find what works for your team is to avoid making basic mistakes”. At the time, I didn’t think much about...

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7 Agile Metrics to Boost Productivity

How do Agile teams know if they are successful? There is a large collection of metrics that many experts suggest to evaluate the performance of Agile teams, many of which you are likely already using...

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7 Keys To Being A Leader In Agile Environment

Over the past few years, there have been a number of studies conducted by various organizations that explore the concept of leadership and management support within the context of Agile adoption. One common theme seemed...

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Is Being A Scrum Master Boring You? 5 Tips To Reenergize Yourself

If you have been a Scrum Master for the same team for at least six months, I have a feeling your level of excitement for the job may no longer be the same as it...

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From Project Manager to Scrum Master – How to Decide if This is the Right Move for You?

If you are a seasoned Project Manager, you have probably heard about “Agile” or “Scrum” at least a few times. While many of you may see this concept of “Agile” as a fad, some of...

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Agile framework certifications – Which one is right for me?

As an Agile Coach and trainer, one of most common questions I receive is regarding Agile certifications. Many teams that I support are new to the Agile world. Hence, there’s often interest and confusion regarding...

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15th Annual State of Agile Report – 5 Key Things You Need To Know

Over the past few years, I have gained unique insights from the State of Agile Report regarding industry trends. The reason that I pay close attention to this is that change is happening so rapidly...

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5 Things You Should Never Say (or Do) During Daily Stand-up

When I work with teams to help them adopt Scrum, I try to avoid absolute phrases such as “always” or “never”. This is because Scrum is a framework that is designed for teams to develop...

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