Is Iterative Development Still Relevant?
Iterative development is a forerunner of Agile and can be seen as a hybrid retaining some aspects of Waterfall. This article looks at whether it is still of value to project delivery and in what circumstances it could be useful.
December 27, 2022
A ScrumMaster's Superpower of Observation in Virtual Teams
ScrumMasters rely on observational skills, but does that mean we only use vision? What happens when we are all remote? Can we leverage other senses to “observe” how teams are surviving (or thriving)? We may not be able to sit together with our team for a long time, and it may never be the same due to the long-term effects of the coronavirus. What skills might we adapt or create for virtual teams? And, how can we still reflect back on the observations so the team can decide how to improve?
How the Scrum Guide Update May Affect Your Team
This article presents the author's view of what you need to reflect on and consider changing when using Scrum based on the November 2020 update to the Scrum Guide. It lists the changes and clarifications that affect each team or role defined in the Scrum Guide.
February 2, 2021
8 Winning Qualities of a Scrum Master
A good leader keeps everything in order. In this fast-paced era where agile methodologies have become a more often used framework, a good Scrum Master is what is needed. But what makes a good Scrum Master?
August 14, 2020
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