Implementing Scrum in a standalone organisation (such as a product company) derives directly from the framework. Yet some aspects are open to interpretation for Scrum teams in an agency providing software development services to clients. Both The Scrum Guide and most literature on best practices of implementing Scrum lack the notion that the so-called “organisation” may be, […]
Once upon a time, Alice is walking down the corridors of a building, with a bag full of assorted items, and passes by Bob, who is standing close to a wall, barefoot. But who is Bob, you might ask?
I see: you are uneasy about interrupting someone, and you feel you might as well do it gently. Break the ice, prepare the turf, something like that. You are asking that guy a favor, a question, and you don’t want to overwhelm him right off the bat. Except you might be doing something worse: interrupting […]
Slack has announced a new feature called Threads, aimed at taking the clutter out of public channels. At first, you might think that Direct Messages already covered that, but it’s not so.
Some say it’s so easy and versatile that there’s no wrong way of using Trello. From my experience using it in agile software development, I beg to differ: there is.