Have you ever experienced a team that complained when you asked them to run in 2 week Sprints? Many teams try to avoid short Sprints (shorter than 3 weeks), because they don’t believe they will be able to achieve anything meaningful.
This article is based on my experience with integrating Testers in Scrum Teams. By reading this article you won’t get the silver bullet to solve all Scrum Testing challenges, but you will get inspiration on how it can be done.
This article is focused on the Burn Down Chart, and what it can tell you about the team members quality of life. If you are suffering from any of these symptoms, you probably already know the symptoms of the no-sex-curve: Is your team constantly fighting to be ready in time for Sprint Demo? Do you…
Story Points in Action The post is focused on providing some tips and tricks which can be helpful when carrying out Story Point based estimation on an agile project. In the following I have chosen to refer to User Stories as the elements in my Product Backlog.
The most fundamental need of any project team is to know what to deliver. This goes no matter if you are doing a traditional waterfall project or a Scrum project. If you build something no one wants, you have wasted your time.
Do you experience that the Burndown Charts look really positive throughout the Sprint, but in the end, the team still fails to deliver the Sprint commitment? This article will help you avoid some of the psychological pitfalls when generating your Burn Down Chart.