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Laura Elizabeth, Aug 26

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Aja Frost, Aug 15

The 18 Best IFTTT Recipes to Skyrocket Productivity

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Laura Elizabeth, Jul 21

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M. David Green, Dec 19

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M. David Green, Nov 14

Making Agile Retrospectives Productive

After working in the Agile methodology for a while, the usefulness of retrospectives may be questioned. Let's look at why retrospectives are important.
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Paul Boag, Nov 12

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M. David Green, Sep 02

4 Warning Signs that Your Team's Agile Process Stinks

It's common for software teams to pay lip service to an agile process while undermining agile in practice. I call these behaviors "process smells."
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M. David Green, Jul 30

What's the Point of Agile Points?

If you're new to scrum, the idea of using agile points to estimate seems confusing and arbitrary. Why not just use hours? In fact, points are more accurate.
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M. David Green, Jul 15

Why Agile Sprints Are Not Tiny Waterfalls

Agile sprints share some features in common with a waterfall development cycle, but reducing sprints to mini waterfalls is destructive for an agile team.
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M. David Green, Jul 09

Do You Make These 7 Agile Estimation Mistakes?

Teams that are new to agile estimation make several common mistakes that can cripple their effectiveness in the long term.
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M. David Green, Jul 01

3 Powerful Estimation Techniques for Agile Teams

It's common for new teams to struggle with estimation. These three estimation techniques for agile teams can help ease the transition.
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M. David Green, Jun 26

Why Managers Make Terrible Scrum Masters

In many companies, managers also serve as scrum masters. But a manager's duties fundamentally conflict with those of a scrum master.