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By Bernie Maloney
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How to Avoid Estimate Inflation

Mike Cohn recently wrote about preventing estimate inflation in Agile teams. I’m in agreement with Mike that estimate inflation commonly comes from a team being pressured to deliver more points [...]

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By Tim Bertheau
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Accelerate Or Drag Your Organization?

The old saying, “You are what you eat,” or is it, “You are what you measure?” Life is just too confusing sometimes! The point is every organization needs to have an understanding where they are. [...]

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By Tim Bertheau
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Focus On What Is Important

The agile stuff we typically think of is; sprints, standups and user stories to name a few. Those things are the mechanics of how product teams organize their efforts; they are not agile. Agile [...]

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By Pooja Wandile
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Sprinting Through Hurdles

The commonality between a Hurdle Race in athletics and Hurdles (also called as Impediments/blockers)in Scrum is that, in both, you are not a winner until you have jumped over all the hurdles [...]

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By Pooja Wandile
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Daily Scrum Is Not A Status Meeting

‘I did this, I will do this, I have/have no impediment’. OK, next, ‘I did this, I will do this, I have/have no impediment’. OK, next……and the [...]

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By Tim Bertheau
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PMO Becomes Strategically Involved

In my last post, PMO Driving Servant Leadership I discussed how in this age of digital and Agile transformation, we need to evolve the Program Management Office (PMO) into a Servant Leadership [...]

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