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Be a shepherd not a cowboy in leadership

March 16, 2016 10:12 pm Leave your thoughts

Over these past months every time I think about agile, the more I think that it is paramount that agile practitioners understand what it means to be a leader in an agile environment especially for those using scrum methodology. This is not only limited to those in their official leadership,... View Article


Relative Estimation, is it a Gamble?

October 26, 2015 10:33 pm Leave your thoughts

One of the techniques that is commonly used within Agile Scrum methodology is relative estimation. It is an often misunderstood estimation technique. Some say that it doesn’t make any sense, some say it is just a gamble and others say that it is useless. So, today I will try my... View Article


Scrum Agile Cross Functional Team is an RPG Party

June 8, 2015 12:31 pm Leave your thoughts

If you have tried or learned a bit of scrum agile methodology you would no doubt have heard of cross functional team. These are the teams consisting of multiple members with different specializations and general knowledge of the other members’ specialization. The cross functional team is of course not something that an organization... View Article


Is Scrum the Project Management Silver Bullet?

September 28, 2014 4:06 pm Leave your thoughts

It seems that like many things in the “standards scope”, there is always a flavour of the year. In this case I think in the recent years I have been hearing the buzzwords agile, scrum, Kanban and many things. Now, I call these buzzwords as the methodology has existed for many... View Article