Picking the right Agile Coach can make or break your transformation. Should you hire a full time Coach internally or bring in an expert consultant?
A frequent request of our Scrum students is for Scrum Case Studies. Here we identify over 15 worthwhile case studies for your review, with links to the actual studies for your convenience.
Vertical Story Slicing is a challenging and intimidating concept. Gain an understanding of story structure and how to more effectively slice stories to maximize value, plus there’s a link to her webinar on the topic.
A well-articulated Sprint Goal means the difference between a loose collection of mercenaries working on random stuff to a real team delivering business value to their customers, end users and stakeholders on a regular cadence.
The latest update to The Scrum Guide includes a new concept: the Product Goal. However, this differs in significant ways from Product Vision, which is more long-term and aspirational.
A well-structured and well-communicated Sprint cadence is one of the essential elements of successful Scrum. A team with cadence is able to focus on the right things at the right time leading to better outcomes.
Learn how to keep your backlog healthy and prioritized by combining the simplicity of the SAFe Feature construct with the elegance of the Weighted Shortest Job First (WSJF) prioritization technique.