Ugh… increase Velocity? That question again? In a discussion forum, I came across this comment that “Velocity is an awful term and one that is often weaponized like it has been in this thread by asking how to get more.
Would life be easier if we did not have to think about planning? Let’s face it, whether it is about running our day to day routine or even something as simple as paying a visit to the neighborhood grocery store
Are you and your team ready for the changes that agile brings? Visit the APLN Houston Website for the presentation and a “sample Agile Decision matrix” on this topic. Teams new to Agile and Scrum might find this useful. Note
A discussion I started on Linked: Breaking Scrum: Scope changes within the sprint… Hi, Looking a “list of reasons” on why product-owner-pushed scope change during the sprint breaks scrum… Few I can think of (please add): – Takes away the
This article was published on Scrum Alliance in Oct 2010 In this article, Prashant Patel and I present:• The different aspects of this conversation – the parameters that we consider.• Why these parameters are relevant in the context of Baker Hughes Inc.•