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Scaling Agile Practices to the Enterprise

Business Agility

Scaling Agile Practices to the Enterprise

Applying an Agile framework to multiple teams at once, and in coordination, is often referred to as “Scaling Agile”.  This tends to be most common with the Scrum framework, but many good practices can be...

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How to Implement Scrum at Scale with Azure DevOps

Agile

How to Implement Scrum at Scale with Azure DevOps

As of 2016, the DevOps market size was valued at $2.885 billion. Thanks to a compound annual growth rate of 18.7% from 2017, projections indicate it will be worth $9.407 billion by 2023. Some of the...

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Scrum Guide 2020 – 5 Things You Need to Know Today!

Agile

Scrum Guide 2020 – 5 Things You Need to Know Today!

In November 2020, the creators of Scrum, Jeff Sutherland and Ken Schwaber, announced the release of the updated Scrum Guide which was the first update since 2017. I don’t know how everyone feels about this...

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How a RACI Matrix Benefits Scrum Teams

Agile

How a RACI Matrix Benefits Scrum Teams

Why do we need a RACI matrix in scrum teams? Scrum is all about empowerment and autonomy isn\'t it? Surely conformity is going back to the turn of the 19th century Taylorism? Well, I beg...

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The Scrum Master’s Role in Organizational Bottlenecks

Agile

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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SAFe in a Nutshell – The Simplest Way to Understand SAFe

Agile

SAFe in a Nutshell – The Simplest Way to Understand SAFe

SAFe is the most popular framework in use today to guide an organization’s efforts to scale agile practices beyond the team level. But, when people look into it for the first time, this is what...

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The Intended Outcome of a Daily Scrum

Agile

The Intended Outcome of a Daily Scrum

The Daily Scrum, or “stand-up”, is a critical ceremony in the Agile Scrum framework.  Like so many aspects of Scrum, the Daily Scrum meeting is easy to do but hard to master.  Teams that lack the proper...

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Agility in a Remote Environment: Top Tips for Scrum Masters

Agile

Agility in a Remote Environment: Top Tips for Scrum Masters

As Scrum Masters, we are used to dealing with an ever changing, complex environment. How can Scrum Masters, in the current day and age, continue to do their job more effectively? One of the key...

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What Should We Do With Our Project Manager if We Are Adopting “Agile”?

Agile

What Should We Do With Our Project Manager if We Are Adopting “Agile”?

If you read the Scrum Guide, you may realize a few things that you may have expected to be there. Where’s the “Project Manager” in Agile organizations? In Scrum, there is no such a person...

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Scrum: The Framework That Changes Everything

Agile

Scrum: The Framework That Changes Everything

Scrum changes the way everyone in your company interacts and will likely influence your organizational structure. When an organization considers “moving to” Scrum, it’s easy to think that Scrum is a new process that just...

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5 Scrum Values and Beyond

Agile

5 Scrum Values and Beyond

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...

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3 Differences Between Scrum and Kanban You Need to Know

Agile

3 Differences Between Scrum and Kanban You Need to Know

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