Servant Leadership

Servant leadership works well in agile projects because the stakeholders involved the agile development team, the product owner, project manager, and the ScrumMaster are typically extremely knowledgeable about the product and are operating in a knowledge intense environment as knowledge workers. Agile teams do not require the heavy-handed micro­managing commonplace in industries where unidirectional instructions […]

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Definition of Done (DoD)

We know what is necessary to plan, estimate, execute, and control the risks, processes, and other factors to get the agile project work completed. One important question must be answered: “What does complete look like?” Or “What is considered done and what is considered DONE?” Yeah, that last one sounded like I just repeated the […]

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Agile Testing, Exploratory, Usability

Adaptive Planning In our efforts to manage the risks of our project, we also support change at the system or organization level by educating the organization and influencing processes, behaviors, and people in order to make the organization more effective and efficient. A more effective and efficient agile project organization equals a more productive organization […]

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Risk Management in Agile

There is too much uncertainty in agile projects can be misleading. There is much uncertainty about how exactly the product will function and what should be included in the product throughout the development and the final product. There is also some uncertainty about how the development work is to occur throughout the project. That does […]

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