Category Archives: Agile Practices

Useless sprint goals

A sprint goal helps to enable the team to focus on for the next 2 weeks.  What does everyone want the team to work on next?   The Scrum Guide [Oct 2011] states: The Sprint Goal gives the Development Team some … Continue reading

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What about Agile Documentation?

I have been asked countless times “how is documentation managed on agile projects?” or “can you give me a template for agile documentation”.  I have also heard statements like “we do not need to do any documentation when using agile”.  … Continue reading

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Requirement Changes Are Put Into The Product Backlog

Agile welcomes changing requirements, even late in development.  Agile processes harness change for the customer’s competitive advantage. Short feedback loops in Agile allow the team to get fast feedback and incorporate changes required by the customer and reduce the possibility … Continue reading

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Agile Retrospectives are more than just asking questions

Here’s a great and short slide deck on Agile Retrospectives so you can get the most out of it.  Many are not utilising retrospectives effectively to drive team improvement. It is more than just asking what went well, what could … Continue reading

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