Hello again from Cake and our Project Management Team. This is our fiftieth edition of “This Week in #Agile”, please feel free to peruse some of the articles we’ve enjoyed reading over the past 7 days.
In this article Barry shares his experiences regarding situations where the question has arisen if a Scrum Master should be technical. He expresses his personal opinion on the matter and runs through what others have commented regarding the question.
In this 2 part sequel from Jesus explains the What / When / How approach to get the most out of this Scrum ceremony. He goes on to explain the goal you should achieve from the session which is a great way to approach and measure the success of the meeting.
When it comes to the journey of achieving agility, the balance between implementing practices and changing mindsets is an important aspect. This article looks into finding this balance and gives recommendations and explains how to enforce a positive culture change.
“Handling Work Left at the End of a Sprint” created by Mike Cohn
An agile team that pushes itself will frequently have worked left over at the end of the sprint. Some will say a predictability of 80%-90% is ideal. Mike Cohn reviews how to handle this work: does it go into the next sprint? Impact on velocity, etc.
“Which Agile Blogs Should We Read?” created by Jonathan Orgel
So many blogs, so little time. Which blogs should we read. Jonathan Orgel did some research and asked some friends which blogs they read.
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Many thanks to gapingvoid for this week’s image.