Category: Scrum

How crucial is the role of the Scrum Master in a Scrum team

By  on February 22, 2018

In:Agile Development |Scrum

How important is the role of the Scrum Master? Is it a crucial position, as the Agile Manifesto claims, or can you be successful without hiring a person to this […]


Agile Teams Having Fun With Retrospectives

By  on May 19, 2015

In:Agile |Scrum

In Agile development the retrospective meeting is one of the most important elements, but Scrum Masters and their teams far too often overlook it, or don´t give it sufficient attention. […]


Scrum Master Roundtable – The Highlights

By  on April 1, 2015

In:Agile |Scrum

How do you know if a Scrum Master is doing their job well? Drop in on a meeting, and if it´s the Scrum Master doing all the talking, then you […]


What makes an exceptional Agile Testing engineer?

By  on January 7, 2013

In:Agile |Nearshore |Scrum |Teamwork |Testing

Testing is a crucial part of smart software development.  That old saying, “you never get a second chance to make a good first impression”  holds for software too.  Investing in […]


Five keys to success when working with an outsourced software development partner

By  on January 2, 2013

In:Agile |Communication |Nearshore |Offshore |Outsourcing |Scrum |Teamwork

A healthy relationship between client and development partner is the key to success. This generates a good atmosphere where both parties can collaborate to achieve goals and generate greater value […]


SCRUM – Cumulative Flow Chart Analysis

By  on August 23, 2012

In:Burn Down |Chart Analysis |Cumulative Analysis |Scrum |Sprint Planning

In speaking about Scrum, it’s not uncommon to hear about the Burndown chart.  However, we should also pay attention to other charts which can provide complementary information.  Specifically, the Cumulative […]