Operational Applications of Standup Meetings

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The standup meeting is a hallmark of Agile. To recap, the standup meeting, sometimes called the “daily scrum,” is named so due to the attendees physically standing during the meeting. By its very nature, the standup meeting is intended to … Continued

Restrospective Every Sprint

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To prevent a project from getting overwhelming, project managers break down their tasks into specified intervals called “sprints”. (Alistair Cockburn recommends one month, others will say these sprints can be as short as two weeks). You reach these “mini-goals” one … Continued

Investment banking firm uses CollabNet Platform to give Agile processes a facelift

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Recently, a large investment banking firm was handed down an order from it’s parent company requiring them to achieve CMMI Maturity Level 3 (details on what CMMI means here). For those of you who are new to PM, CMMI is … Continued

Scrum and Psychology collaborate nicely. Part 2 of 3

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Jonathan Rabon is guest posting for us this week and next week about the continuing progress of the process development he and Brian Rabon (President, Braintrust Consulting Group) are working on to integrate psychology into Scrum. Read on: It’s early … Continued

Scrum and Psychology collaborate nicely, so says our new process Part 1 of 3

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The following article has been submitted by Jonathan Rabon, who is working with Braintrust Consulting Group to develop an entirely new process that strengthens the Scrum approach with psychology. Here’s part 1 of 3 of what he as to say: … Continued