- Why “Agile” and especially Scrum are terrible
- Here is how UX Design Integrates with Agile and Scrum
- Scrum Has Failed the Developers
- How To Get Started With Scrum and Trello For Your Team At Work
- Agile/Scrum is a Failure
This article compares the most popular product management methodologies. Agile and Lean, Scrum and Kanban represented in simple whiteboarding examples.
Scrum is a process to help your team solve problems and complete projects productively by prioritizing and evolving based on what's most important to your goals. With Scrum and Trello, your team will never have to work at what work to do ever again!
But there’s a way out of the misery
In this week’s The Long View: Agile and Scrum are increasingly getting a bad reputation, being associated with the worst aspects of toxic workplace culture.
Despite having co-written an award-winning book on the topic and lecturing, teaching and coaching on the topic for nearly 10 years now, I…
Efficient and effective daily scrums indicate a high-performing Scrum team. Learn ten ways ScrumMasters can improve their teams’ standups.
A brief list of what Scrum gets wrong
Learn about the Kanban, Scrum, Agile development and why they are used in software development.
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Note: My first novel, Farisa’s Crossing, will be released in Spring 2019. Agility is a good thing, no doubt, and the Agile Manifesto isn’t unreasonable. Compared to a straw-man practice…
As part of an Agile team, UX professionals should participate in all Scrum ceremonies in order to maintain open communication, influence product success, and productively contribute to the team.
Scrum is now the default agile software development methodology. This management framework, which is "simple to understand but difficult to master", is used by 66% of all agile companies. After two…
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