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    Daily Scrum? It’s a waste of time and interrupts my work. Daily Scrum is just a chance for the Scrum Master to show up and micromanage. Daily Scrum is for reporting status, but I could do that in an email. Do any of these complaints sound familiar? These days, it’s become rather trendy to deride […]
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    This article is specifically targeted toward RTE’s, Product Management, and coaches that are currently engaged in establishing a program level workflow (Kanban) that prioritizes the highest valued features as candidates for the Program Increment (PI) Planning event. The promise of a team of teams achieving a consistent 80% predictability in delivery of PI objectives and […]
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    Explore the main reasons organizations adopt Agile and why your organization's rationale for adopting Agile may impact the implementation's success.
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