How will SCRUM benefit me?

January 2, 2013
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How will SCRUM benefit me?

Scrum is a hugely beneficial approach to managing software development projects; however, for the team to be successful it must adhere to the core values and principles enshrined in the Agile Manifesto. If Scrum processes are followed properly, then the team will experience the “Enabling Eight.” The team is more likely to produce functional, high-quality…

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Common Scrum Pitfalls

December 28, 2012
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Scrum is a highly viable software development methodology, and the teams implementing Scrum seldom experience failure. However, it would be wrong to assume that Scrum is a panacea for all sorts of problems and impediments surfacing during the development process. As a matter of fact, if the team implementing Scrum fails to deliver, Scrum is…

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Why use SCRUM?

December 27, 2012
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Our folks have come up with a new video on how SCRUM can be useful to product development. Give it a watch and do comment what you feel!

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Scrum Components: User Stories Acceptance Criteria

December 27, 2012
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Scrum Components: User Stories Acceptance Criteria

Acceptance Criteria The second half of the User Story is the Acceptance criteria.  Defined by the Product Owner (the voice of the customer) during User Story decomposition, acceptance criteria sets the expected functionality that each intended task is to provide.  It details the requirements that must be met for each story to be completed and…

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Being an effective Scrum Master

December 24, 2012
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Being an effective Scrum Master

A Scrum master plays a crucial role in the implementation of Scrum on software development projects. Click here for the Challenges faced by a Scrum Master A Scrum master is like a leg in the tripod of the Scrum team, with the other two being the product owner and the development team. The relationship of the…

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