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Continuous Improvement Beyond Retrospectives by Posted on Sep 29, 2016
How GlobalLogic Used a Bottom-up Approach to Become More Agile by Posted on May 19, 2016
How Testability Can Help Teams to Go Faster by Posted on Feb 03, 2016
Developing a Solar Car with Scrum by Posted on Dec 17, 2015
Leadership Principles for Agile Organizations by Posted on Dec 02, 2015
Role of Autonomy in Agility by Posted on Oct 22, 2015
Agile and Lean Adoption in Greece by Posted on Sep 14, 2015
How to Facilitate an Agile Retrospective Using "Rory Story Cubes" by Posted on May 30, 2015
Anti-patterns for Handling Failure by Posted on Apr 04, 2015
Importance of Courageous Communicators in Agile Organizations by Posted on Mar 14, 2015
Exercises for Building Better Teams by Posted on May 30, 2016
A Focus on Agile Principles over Agile Rituals by Posted on Apr 01, 2016
Q&A with Diana Larsen on her Contributions to the Agile Community and the Agile Fluency Model by Posted on Jan 26, 2016
Running Extended New Year’s Resolution Retrospectives with Focused Agile Coaching by Posted on Jan 18, 2016
How Project Managers can be a Positive Agent for Agile by Posted on Dec 03, 2015
Building Flat Organizations with Cross-functional Teams and Fewer Managers by Posted on Nov 30, 2015
Q&A on Real World Kanban by Posted on Nov 06, 2015
Q&A with Tom Roden and Ben Williams on Improving Retrospectives by Posted on Oct 02, 2015
Linda Rising on Continuous Retrospectives by Posted on Sep 18, 2015
Q&A on “The Coaching Booster” by Posted on Aug 10, 2015
Q&A with Claudio Perrone on PopcornFlow / Evolve and Disrupt by Posted on Jun 12, 2015
Getting Value out of Agile Retrospectives, Second Edition
This pocket book contains many exercises that you can use to do retrospectives, supported with the “what” and “why” of retrospectives, the business value and benefits that they can bring you, and advice for introducing and improving retrospectives.
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The Scrum Primer
Scrum packages proven product-development concepts in a simple framework, including real, cross-functional and self-managing teams, short iterative feedback loops, and lowering cost of change. These concepts increase agility, enable earlier ROI, and reduce risk. There are many concise descriptions of Scrum available online: This primer provides the next level of detail on the practices.
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What Influences the Mood of Agile Teams?
Team mood plays a key role in agile software development, as people are working closely together every day to iteratively deliver a product to their customers and satisfy the needs of their stakeholders. InfoQ would like to hear from you: What you think are the main factors that influence the mood of teams in agile?
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