The global pandemic of 2020 has forced humanity to be agile in so many ways over the past 8 months. Rapid innovation in the way we live, work, and play has been necessary for survival of businesses and people alike, and those changes are now part of our new normal. However, change doesn’t need to be a bad thing. It often just needs to be understood and managed. Fortunately, we are living in a case study every day that we can learn from!
Scrum Rules: Sprints Include a Sprint Review Meeting
Scrum is a tool for product development that uses transparency and fast feedback. The Sprint Review is an open meeting during which the Scrum Team works with all interested stakeholders […]
This early article explains the most basic process element of most Agile methods: the iteration. When I wrote this, “flow” Agile methods such as Kanban didn’t exist. All Agile methods […]
21 Tips for Choosing a Sprint Length
Many teams that I work with choose their Sprint length without too much thought. Often enough, that’s okay and it works out. But, in some cases, it helps to think […]