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Scrum Alliance Withdraws Trademark Filing for "Scrum User Group"

by Shane Hastie on  Jul 26, 2015

The Scrum Alliance has announced that it is withdrawing the trademark filing for the term "Scrum User Group".

Q&A with Jeff Sutherland on Agile Leadership

by Ben Linders on  Jul 23, 2015

InfoQ interviewed Jeff Sutherland about the problems that larger organizations have when adopting Scrum, how they can increase their capability for handling impediments, improving agile leadership, what Scrum masters can do to help teams to become agile, and his advice to managers when their organization is implementing Scrum.

Reaction to the Scrum Alliance Trademark Application for Scrum User Group

by Shane Hastie on  Jul 23, 2015 1

In 2009 the Scrum Alliance registered a trademark application to register the term "Scrum User Group" as a protected trademark. Ken Schwaber, one of the original founders of the Scrum Alliance, has written a blog in which he objects strenuously to this move, and has asked for the community to respond to the move, with the possibility of filing an expensive legal challenge.

Q&A with New Scrum Alliance CEO

by Shane Hastie on  Jul 06, 2015

The Scrum Alliance recently appointed a new Chief Executive Officer. Manuel (Manny) Gonzalez was appointed to the role after an extensive global search. InfoQ spoke to Manny about his background and his vision for the Scrum Alliance.

The Lego Flow Game

by Savita Pahuja on  Jun 30, 2015

Joe Mcgrath, scrum master and coach in his latest blog explained the Lego Flow Game.

Supporting Practices Beyond Scrum to Become Agile at Organizational Level

by Savita Pahuja on  Jun 28, 2015

Scrum is a simple and lightweight methodology therefore, scrum alone is not enough.

How to Use Agile at Home

by Savita Pahuja on  Jun 25, 2015

Agile is not meant only for software development. People implement Agile practices in their personal lives too. This post talks about implementation of Agile at home.

Scaling Agile at bol.com

by Ben Linders on  Jun 22, 2015

InfoQ did an interview with Menno Vis, IT director of bol.com, about the benefits of increasing agility, how bol.com deploys Scrum, using roadmaps with agile, the challenges that have been faced when scaling agile, the main focus area's at bol.com for agile scaling, establishing loosely coupled teams, and the things that bol.com does for their people to have fun while doing their work.

Why Scrum is Not Enough

by Ben Linders on  Jun 22, 2015

When developing large complex systems and dealing with legacy code, organizations need to have systems in place to support integration and delivery. Modularization can help when agile is scaled with multiple teams that are working in parallel. It's not the framework or method that will do the job, but how your people will make it work to solve your problems says Hans Dekkers.

Deploying Scrum and SAFe at Philips Lighting

by Ben Linders on  Jun 20, 2015

InfoQ interviewed Frank Penning, PMO manager from Philips Lighting, about the main challenges that Philips Lighting is facing in product development, why Scrum is not enough, how they apply SAFe, and the benefits that they have gained from deploying agile methods for product development.

Scrum Masters with the Imposter Syndrome

by Savita Pahuja on  Jun 18, 2015

Geoff Watts, talks about the Imposter Syndrome of Scrum Masters. Impostor syndrome is a psychological phenomenon in which people are unable to internalize their accomplishments.

Delivering Business Value

by Savita Pahuja on  Jun 01, 2015

Calculating the business value of features is way beyond just a few numbers.

How to Facilitate an Agile Retrospective Using "Rory Story Cubes"

by Savita Pahuja on  May 30, 2015

How to use Rory Story Cubes for sprint retrospective.

Adoption of SAFe at TomTom

by Ben Linders on  May 19, 2015

InfoQ interviewed Hans Aerts, vice president software development and agile coach at TomTom, about why they decided to adopt SAFe and how it was introduced and used to simplify the organizational structure and stop doing projects, why they focus on throughput rather than output, how they modified SAFe for Custom Systems, and what using SAFe has brought TomTom.

Agile, DevOps and Eating Your Own Dogfood

by Ben Linders on  May 18, 2015

An interview with Yaniv Yehuda, Co-Founder and CTO of DBmaestro, about how they are doing agile development and using DevOps, how they implemented continuous delivery, on agile practices that turned out to be difficult to implement, and the benefits that they are getting for using agile and DevOps practices.

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