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Ep 22 : Safety Check During The Retrospective

Ep 22 : Safety Check During The Retrospective

Whenever we go for the #retrospectives, then every person should have the #feeling of being #safe – To talk, to express the views #fearlessly and #openly.
If this is not the case, then our regular retrospective method would not work, & postponing the retrospective would be an #Antipattern .
Welcome to next session of #2MG by Agile Beyond Boundary, where Vishal Prasad take us through
1. #Importance of #SafetyCheck (#safetyculture)
2. Key #techniques to make sure the team feels safe
3. Role of #facilitator for safety checks

Ep 2: Broken Window Theory in Agile software development

Ep 2: Broken Window Theory in Agile software development

Agile software development is very human-centric and the impact of an individual’s ethical and value base is very high. In today’s episode of our series of 2mg (2-minute gyaan) we will share one such example of creating a positive impact with a good ethical base using the concept of Broken Window Theory. Today’s episode is shared by Sahil Potdar’

Acknowledging Anti Patterns

Acknowledging Anti Patterns

Common aspect among Scrum, Kanban, XP, BDD or any other Agile methodology is their main goal.  All such frameworks or models aim to establish Agile mindset in team by adhering to 4 values and 12 principles mentioned in Agile manifesto Among them, Scrum is the most popular one. Simple yet impactful, Scrum is structured framework, with well-defined ceremonies, roles and artifacts, plus ample of opportunity to do-it-the-way-it-suits-you. Often during scrum adoption, team tend to practice / approach the ceremonies in…

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