Scrum metrics and reporting – measure what you manage

Posted On August 29, 2011 9:21 am By Ilan Goldstein

You’ve introduced Scrum and your team is out of the blocks, sprinting away! Things are going pretty well until some wise guy from senior management comes up to you and says something along the lines of: “Sooo, this whole Scrum thing sounds great in theory but what metrics are you going to use to actually […]

Outstanding stand-ups

Posted On July 22, 2011 12:24 am By Ilan Goldstein

Ask anyone in the sales department what Scrum is, and apart from mentioning the colorful, sticky-note-decorated task board, they will more than likely mention the daily scrum, also known as the team stand-up. The daily scrum is the regular pulse of the team. A pulse needs to be steady, consistent, and lively to remain healthy, […]

Let’s KISS the sprint task board

Posted On July 12, 2011 11:21 pm By Ilan Goldstein

For those sitting on the Scrum periphery, probably the most recognizable element of any Scrum project is the visual team task board. Sitting as the focal centerpiece and gathering point for the team, this colorful, sticky-note-adorned board has almost become the symbol of Scrum. With popularity comes variety, and these days there is no shortage […]



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