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Reaching Agile Self-Sufficiency: The Role of the Internal Agile Coach

Agile

Reaching Agile Self-Sufficiency: The Role of the Internal Agile Coach

A significant percentage of organizations that try to adopt agile each year either completely fail to complete the transformation or have to admit within 12-18 months that they\'re not seeing the benefits they expected from...

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Going Agile: First Month, First Six Months, First Year

Agile

Going Agile: First Month, First Six Months, First Year

In the long run, going agile simplifies and streamlines communication, boosts productivity and even reduces stress on the team members involved. But we need to stay real here for a second: that effect isn\'t instantaneous....

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The 3 Biggest Challenges of Adopting Scrum

Agile

The 3 Biggest Challenges of Adopting Scrum

Scrum does not define how an enterprise or business unit operates, and it is typically not the only development process present in a large organization. As a result, “Scrum projects” must interface with the rest...

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Cprime: Atlassian’s Newest Platinum Partner

Atlassian

Cprime: Atlassian’s Newest Platinum Partner

By: Dusty Rose Corro The Scene: An airy, open office-space humming with activity. Desks are covered with technology, multiple monitors, ergonomically designed keyboards, action figures. A casually dressed man slams his palms on his desk...

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3 Ways Management Can Benefit from Going Agile

Agile

3 Ways Management Can Benefit from Going Agile

One of the biggest challenges companies face as they move toward an Agile project management framework is obtaining buy-in across the board, from the C-suite to the production floor. It\'s pretty common to hear sentiments...

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Embracing and Evangelizing the Agile Culture

Agile

Embracing and Evangelizing the Agile Culture

Making the transition to agile can either be smooth and enjoyable, or a long and tedious affair. To a large extent, the difference depends on how quickly and completely team members within the organization get...

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What is My Role as an Agile Manager?

Agile

What is My Role as an Agile Manager?

Question: What is My Role as an Agile Manager? As your company adopts Agile methodologies, your role as a traditional manager is certain to be affected. The question is, will you thrive or just survive?...

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8 Key Benefits of Using an Agile Coach

Agile

8 Key Benefits of Using an Agile Coach

Has your organization already “gone Agile”, but you\'re not seeing the results you expected? Have your teams lost some, or all, of the initial drive they had when you first learned Agile methods? Are you...

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Cprime at Ebay’s Diwali Celebration

Cprime

Cprime at Ebay’s Diwali Celebration

Let it … glow, let it glow As the darkest nights and shortest days of the year approach, Cprime is proud to share its participation in this year’s eBay Diwali festival of lights celebration. Diwali...

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“Putting a New Spin on Agile”

Agile

“Putting a New Spin on Agile”

cPrime at Atlassian Summit 2013 In the midst of organized chaos at the annual Atlassian Summit, there was a clear method to our madness here at cPrime – primarily visible in our swag wheel. Much...

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The Many Tradeoffs of Sprint Length

Agile

The Many Tradeoffs of Sprint Length

By Ryan Panos, Agile Researcher Of all the seemingly critical questions facing a team that is about to take the reputedly arduous plunge into implementing Scrum, the one that should be approached with some care...

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How do we get Team members engaged to ensure that technical requirements are defined and developed effectively?

Agile

How do we get Team members engaged to ensure that technical requirements are defined and developed effectively?

The Product Owner and Team members discuss User Stories often, and especially in Backlog Grooming meetings. Team members have responsibilities for technical requirements, much as the Product Owner has responsibilities for user-facing requirements.   When...

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