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Adore Your Agility  – February 2013 Newsletter

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Adore Your Agility – February 2013 Newsletter

Fall Back in Love with JIRA and GreenHopper JIRA and GreenHopper are amazing tools, but there are many features that users don’t know about or aren’t utilizing efficiently. The most common pains our clients have...

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Effective Retrospectives

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Effective Retrospectives

Effective Retrospectives   Promoting Continuous Improvement of Agile Teams by Kendrick Burson One of our readers asked a very intelligent question: How to get Optimal Value of a Retrospective ?   Is there a set...

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cPrime develops an Agile Project Management training course for urban young adults at the non-profit, Year Up.

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cPrime develops an Agile Project Management training course for urban young adults at the non-profit, Year Up.

cPrime, the largest Agile education provider in the United States, customizes a practical Project Management and Agile Workshop for Year Up, a non-profit organization dedicated to training urban young adults in tech careers. cPrime has...

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Meetings are optional! Work is required.

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Meetings are optional! Work is required.

By: Jeff Howey, cPrime Agile Coach Meetings are optional. I was introduced to this concept nearly a year ago while working with several clients who have implemented a Results Only Work Environment™ - for more...

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Estimation, an Art or a Science?

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Estimation, an Art or a Science?

Estimation, an Art or a Science Project Management Estimation When asked how long something might take, do you think of a number and then double it, subtract your age and multiply by the number of...

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Project Schedules, Estimation & Uncertainty in Agile

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Project Schedules, Estimation & Uncertainty in Agile

Project Estimation & Uncertainty in Agile How Uncertainty Works by Kevin Thompson, Ph.D, PMP, CSP All estimates are subject to uncertainty, and project schedules are no exception. A schedule consists of a set of tasks,...

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Agile Adoption by the Financial Services Industry

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Agile Adoption by the Financial Services Industry

Agile Adoption by the Financial Services Industry Seeing a Greater Return on IT Investment Today’s financial institutions are facing huge changes in technology platforms, payments processing systems, financial systems, asset and risk management systems, while...

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Project Management & Agile Methodologies

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Project Management & Agile Methodologies

Project Management & Agile Methodologies   Plan Driven - Waterfall, Agile Development, Scrum, XP Project Management is the process of organizing, directing and measuring the work involved in a given project. It was developed as a...

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When to Use Scrum?

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When to Use Scrum?

When to Use Scrum for software projects? By Kevin Thompson, Ph.D. Scrum is a lightweight agile process framework used primarily for managing software development. Scrum is: Lightweight because it has few prescribed elements Three roles:...

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Video: S*** ScrumMasters Say

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Video: S*** ScrumMasters Say

  S*** ScrumMasters Say cPrime\'s Agile Practice Lead, Kevin Thompson offers a comical take on ScrumMaster jargon and their role in the scrum team. To learn more about the role of the ScrumMaster in the...

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So you’re a ScrumMaster, Now What?

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So you’re a ScrumMaster, Now What?

10 Steps to Jump-Start Scrum Adoption after your CSM Class Many students take a Certified ScrumMaster training course intending to kick-start their team or company’s Agile adoption. However, as we know, Agility is simple in...

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The Agile Development Story: Scrum Meets Waterfall

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The Agile Development Story: Scrum Meets Waterfall

The Agile Development Story: Scrum Meets Waterfall by Crystal Lee, PMP, CSM Do you know what a Scrum is? Wondering if you should try Scrum on your next project? If so, you’re not alone. It...

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