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This post contains a list of books we believe are foundational for those interested in Agile. They have been categorized to help you get started. …Read More >>
This post discusses an alternative way to run your daily stand-up (daily Scrum). Many agile teams have become accustomed to conducting stand-ups (daily scrum), but there are times when the basic stand-up may not be as effective and efficient at communicat…Read More >>
This post discusses when a team should and should not spend the time to re-point a user story. The intent of Planning Poker and pointing is to prevent analysis paralysis and provide teams with a general, abstract, relative size for product backlog items.…Read More >>