This is a guest post by Ralph Roosmalen Scrum versus Waterfall. Management 1.0 versus Management 3.0. Automated Testing versus Manual Testing. Estimation versus No Estimations. SAFe versus LeSS. So many different opinions on all kind of topics and it seems like people always want you to choose between left or right, up or down etc. When... Read more
Tag Archive: Scrum
Our colleague, Adi Bolboacă, had a session at Agile Talks #17, a community event where we constantly make a contribution. Find out more about from the below presentation, containing topics on: cross-functional teams habits and their importance group decisions estimates scaling The video material is here. If interested in the above topics, set a meeting... Read more
The Mozaic Works coaches have many conversations with people who have burning questions about Scrum, either in community or during trainings. We’ve decided to start answering the most common ones in a series of “Burning Questions” blog posts. This blog post is the first. 1. How do I convince my team to buy into Scrum?... Read more
The Sprint has finished and the team has several incomplete stories. Is it ok to present partial work during the Sprint Review?
Do we need a full time Scrum Master or is it a part time role?
What are the main responsibilities a Scrum Master should take care of? This post identifies four major 'hats' they should wear: team facilitator, performance guardian, servant leader and change catalyst.
Let’s say you start an agile project. You identify the requirements, write them down as user stories, define your releases, setup the infrastructure. Are you ready to start sprinting? Before we can answer, let’s try adding in more context. I see two different situations: 1. You have one team that will build an application starting... Read more
“Once you stop learning, you start dying” Albert Einstein. I am a new member of Mozaic Works team and I am involved in marketing actions within the company. I learn new things and improve continuously my knowledge to face the day-to-day challenges. Learning is a continuous process and we can learn from anybody. My... Read more