As Agile has matured and gained traction as the dominant approach to software and product development, many different frameworks have emerged to add some flesh to the spirit of the Agile Manifesto. While

In my last post, we focused on increasing engagement, which may have suffered over time as teams have been working remotely. Improving inclusion was another key theme from the Agile Virtual Summit in

I attended the second annual Agile Virtual Summit (AVS) in June looking for some ideas to revive myself after more than a year of working in circumstances none of us could have predicted

Master your Retrospective with a solid Understanding of the Basics and try Creative Techniques As one of the 5 scrum ceremonies, the retrospective plays the critical role of allowing the team to pause

Get the most out of your Sprint Retrospective with these 9 Tips A productive retrospective is highly valuable to a team. Make the most of your team's time with these tips to get

Seven ways to get the Most out of Sizing As we wrap up our series of posts on demystifying sizing and story points, here are some last tips for how to get the

How to Quickly get Started with Sizing a New Project Congratulations on your new project--now you have a bunch of user stories to size--and FAST! New projects are challenging because they may involve

New to sizing? Here is a fun way to get you started Estimation is hard. Often, teams can get bogged down in estimation paralysis. But there are methods to sizing to make the

Demystifying Sizing and Story Points Sizing is one of the key tasks in backlog grooming and Sprint planning meetings, but some teams get bogged down in the numbers. How can the scrum master