Rubrics – Making Subjective Objective

When you need to make a decision or an evaluation, it is vitally important to have a tool that can guide your decision making process and be the means of obtaining an objective ranking for each of the possible outcomes. Many people have systems or even build tools that can help with such choices. Others Read more about Rubrics – Making Subjective Objective[…]

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Daily Standups

Agile development groups have a daily scrum, or daily standup meeting. It’s meant to be a quick check in for the team with discussion topics kept at a very high level. People gather in a central area and stand as each member answers three simple questions which I’ll expand on below. The team stands so Read more about Daily Standups[…]

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How ADD Led to My Adoption of Agile

Frustration was my path to adopting Agile.  Many years ago, I had a coworker that was, shall we say, extremely challenging.  Let’s call him Mr. X for the purpose of this post. He was a very bright developer, with a large ego, poor communication skills, and no discipline to what was a priority.  I was Read more about How ADD Led to My Adoption of Agile[…]