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The Scrum Master’s Role in Organizational Bottlenecks

Bottlenecks occur on all planes of reality. Think of a river flowing to the ocean. What happens when that river gets obstructed by a fallen tree or a rock slide? The flow of the river...

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Why 2020 Has Us Doubling Down on Sustainability as Resiliency

With the economic shock of COVID, companies of all sizes are reevaluating their resiliency and preparedness to face a similar crisis. A new player is entering the scene on securing resiliency: sustainability. COVID has changed,...

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Chaos Engineering In Practice

Chaos engineering is all about running chaos experiments in systems to determine how the systems behave under certain circumstances. The idea is not merely to test the system. You\'ll also want to learn how the...

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Making the Business Case for Agile Finance Practices

Many finance teams rely on outdated traditional and manual methods for forecasting and establishing budgets, leading to frustration, tedium, and more overall effort than they need to exert. Finance teams are integral to an enterprise\'s...

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Dealing with Difficult Stakeholders during the Agile Transition

Agile transformation is no simple feat because it requires change, and change is scary on many levels for most of us. Changing the way we think about and execute work is one of the most...

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Chaos Engineering: What It Is and Isn’t

Chaos engineering started at Netflix when they publicly said that bringing down production systems helped them be more resilient. Taking down servers on purpose isn\'t something companies do, even after hearing Netflix\'s success stories. Some...

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The Future of Agile Coaching

Having spent the past several years as a consultant, I have encountered a variety of organizations and situations that required my help in different roles. In some cases, I was a Scrum Master, and in...

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SAFe® In a Nutshell – PI Execution

In our last installment, we covered how to prepare for a PI Planning event and the roles involved, including those of the technical authority, content authority, and execution authority. In this installment, we’ll describe PI...

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The 7 Best Git Tutorials to Get You Started Quickly

Version control is at the heart of any file-based project. Whether you’re a software developer, team member, project manager, student, or anyone working on file-based projects, tracking changes is essential to creating a great product....

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Remote PI Planning With Jira Align

The global pandemic has already impacted three different Program Increments for most agile development organizations. How have your teams risen to the challenge of running these large scale planning sessions, such as remote PI Planning,...

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3 Ways Disciplined Agile Will Change Your Team Forever!

Recently, I have been studying Disciplined Agile (DA) quite a bit. Despite having implemented DAD (Disciplined Agile Delivery) over 10 years ago, I was intrigued by how this approach has evolved over this period of...

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How to Successfully Scale Agile with Atlassian Cloud

As the originator of the first Scaling Agile solution in Jira (supporting SAFe 2.3® initially), Cprime is an expert in defining and refining the best way to configure Jira to support Scaling Agile and SAFe®...

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