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Scrum Whys: Fixed-Length Sprints?

Category: Blog
Created on Thursday, 19 June 2014 16:40

In this series, we're looking into the fundamentals of the Scrum framework. By understanding why each role, artifact, event, and rule exists, we can be wise in convincing others to follow Scrum and explain the possible consequences of violating the framework.

In this article, we’ll focus on fixed-length Sprints. 

Scrum Whys: Fixed-Length Sprints?

Category: Blog
Created on Thursday, 19 June 2014 16:40

In this series, we're looking into the fundamentals of the Scrum framework. By understanding why each role, artifact, event, and rule exists, we can be wise in convincing others to follow Scrum and explain the possible consequences of violating the framework.

In this article, we’ll focus on fixed-length Sprints. 

Using Agile to Become More Agile

Category: Blog
Created on Saturday, 19 October 2013 14:53

As development teams adopt Scrum and other agile development techniques, the rest of the organization often struggles to deal with frequent, incremental releases. How can they get the full advantage that agile development offers?

Using Agile to Become More Agile

Category: Blog
Created on Saturday, 19 October 2013 14:53

As development teams adopt Scrum and other agile development techniques, the rest of the organization often struggles to deal with frequent, incremental releases. How can they get the full advantage that agile development offers?

Scrum for the Enterprise: Scrum.org's Agility Path

Category: Blog
Created on Sunday, 18 August 2013 10:39

What could be more appropriate than using Agile practices to spread "agile" throughout your organization? Scrum.org recently released the Agility PathTM; like Scrum, a freely available framework for using agile to become more agile.

Scrum for the Enterprise: Scrum.org's Agility Path

Category: Blog
Created on Sunday, 18 August 2013 10:39

What could be more appropriate than using Agile practices to spread "agile" throughout your organization? Scrum.org recently released the Agility PathTM; like Scrum, a freely available framework for using agile to become more agile.

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