Answer a few important questions. From there, create a backlog to map out and prioritize the steps to get to your money goal.
In part two of this series, I'll cover the importance of money transparency and using sprint ceremonies to inspect your progress.
When you scrum your money, you establish a framework for achieving your money goals and addressing financial challenges head-on.
Whether starting a new software project or simply transitioning to agile project management, your team will need to pick a length for upcoming sprints.
Surprisingly, the process of software development offers a helpful framing for finding the answer to life's big questions.
Any scrum master new to a team would be eager to introduce improvements. But try to remember it’s not about you – first, focus on your team.
What is most special about the agile approach is how it frees a team to work how they think they should based on challenges they see on the ground.
The Remaining Work field in Azure Boards helped our scrum master keep our distributed development team from becoming blocked.
Family standup meetings have helped us maintain harmony in our household while keeping our work-from-home and school productivity levels high.
Estimating work is essential for planning for future work. But working through every nuance to provide an estimate can be too time-consuming.
Scrum doesn’t state anything about deadlines being communicated. The fact is, business objectives have to be met, and they often come with constraints.
The retro is seems like the first meeting to get cut from the normal sprint cadence. But don't give it up! Everybody benefits, whether they know it or not.