Peter Stevens Scrum Breakfast Blog

13-12-2014

What is the Agile Way to Adopt Agile?

Pearl Zhu just posted an interesting question on the Stoos linkedin group. “What is the agile way to adopt agile?” Her answer did not resonate much with […]
12-09-2010

New Blog: Scrum4Kids

I have started a new blog: http://Scrum4Kids.blogspot.com/ It’s about applying Scrum and Agile to family situations. I think there is a lot to learn about scrum […]
15-05-2008

Quick Poll Results: Sprint Duration

Following the discussions both elsewhere and on this blog about sprint duration, the questions poses itself – what is the preferred sprint length? So I ran […]
08-05-2008

Quick Poll: How long to sprint?

Following the discussions both elsewhere and on this blog about how long to sprint, the questions poses itself – what is the preferred sprint duration? I’ve […]
07-05-2008

Why fixed length sprints?

One common question for people new to Scrum is, “why should the length of the sprint be fixed?” What harm does it do to extend a […]
25-04-2008

Digesting Change

Two different customers have recently raised the issue of managing (or rather digesting) change in organizations that are resistant to change. “Our company is over 100 […]
23-04-2008

Help! I’m Trapped in a Waterfall!

Back in February, I talked about Project Management being about the “Art of the Possible.” Ken Schwaber invented this phrase and it really summarizes what project […]
18-04-2008

/ch/open Event: Scrum, Success and Quality

Yesterday I had the honor of talking to some 15 or 20 members of the Swiss Open System User Group. I like talking to experts because […]
16-02-2008

More on Selling Story Points to Management

Useful as they are, Story Points are not uncontroversial nor is this problem of creating a “reference kilogram” for code trivial. One problem we had on […]

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