One of the most frequent Scrum questions I get in my travels is this: “How can we improve our Sprints so that we don’t run out of time for testing?” The answer is simple. Stop treating your Sprints like a
Here is a link to my recipe for running a Coaches Clinic at a conference. My experience is with Agile Software Development conferences but this structure could be used for any conference that has people seeking a little coaching help.
I recently had the pleasure to facilitate my third Coaches Clinic at an Agile conference. Here are some things that people asked about.
“What are the Best Practices for Agile?” If I had a dollar for every time I have been asked this question, I could buy a weekend on Maui. This industry term has taken on a “silver bullet” quality. In our
I spent the week at the Seattle Scrum Gathering, starting with a day-long retreat for Certified Scrum Coaches and Trainers. I learned a lot this week and made a lot of notes about things to check out, new ideas, new
In our last post, we described an exercise for discovering how traditional Project Management duties are shared by the 3 Scrum roles. We raised the question: Is there still enough left to justify a Project Manager? If not, what is