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Product Backlog and the tea leaves effect (a message to Product Owners)

Product Backlog is a strategic instrument of high value; for stakeholders, product management, the organization, the Development Team(s), and the Product Owner. When employed well, Product Backlog reflects the vision, ambitions, roadmap, needs and wants for a product or a service, all in one place. 136 more words


Developers and the Development Team

“Scrum recognizes no titles for Development Team members other than Developer, regardless of the work being performed by the person; there are no exceptions to this rule”. 708 more words


Чтиво для отпуска

Наконец куплены билеты и 2.5 недели меня ждут райские уголки нашей планеты. Уже даже нашла себе книженцию на отпуск и хочу с вами поделиться.

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Scrum and Empiricism

“Scrum is founded on empirical process control theory, or empiricism.”

What?  Empiricism?

The first time I read this line in the Scrum Guide, I was quite impressed.  566 more words


How to System Demo like a champion!

Every so often organizations are blessed with amazing self-organized awesomely creative teams. This is the case with my client and the playfully named “Global Enforcers.” 189 more words


CMO roundtable: Why agile marketing is more profitable (VB Live)


What if your message was always relevant, and you could continuously optimize for the strongest results and the biggest bang for your buck, but with dramatically reduced risk? 464 more words

Addressing Team Reliance Upon One

Our team is comprised primarily of relatively new staters, with all but one being here between four months and four weeks. One developer (let’s call him Jack) has been here much longer and is very familiar with the product. 410 more words