Watermelon Status: Green on the Outside, Red on the Inside

I attended the Agile 2018 conference back in August where I learned of the term “Watermelon Status” for the first...
by Guest Contributor
October 3, 2018

Please Stop Averaging Your Past Velocity to Predict Your Future Velocity

Forecasting in Scrum The purpose of this article is to discourage you from using your average velocity to predict your...
by Guest Contributor
September 25, 2018

Roughly-right Agile estimating and the need for a time basis-of-estimate

By: Don Young A Point of View Whether teams follow Scrum or Kanban, each team aspires to establish a consistent...
by Don Young
September 4, 2018

Lessons Learned as an Agile Noob

When I first arrived at CA Technologies I was a total agile noob.  Currently, I am a marketing rotation associate....
by Steven Black
August 27, 2018

Even Movies are a Modern Business

Using wise words from one of the world’s biggest action stars to inspire transformation I was browsing Instagram the other...
by Rusty Lloyd
August 2, 2018

How Being “Hippy Dippy” Can Help You Be a More Productive Agile Team

About a year ago, I was working somewhere other than CA Agile Central, on two scrum teams. Times were hard...
by Guest Contributor
July 12, 2018

Leveraging Metrics: Cost Per Story Point

Background Keeping up with metrics can be challenging. I was recently on site with a customer and as we ended...
by Jarrod Reed
July 6, 2018

Squaring the Collaboration Circle in a Distributed World

Software development — like that of any product — is a highly collaborative team game played in a complex, constantly...
by Martin Burns
June 18, 2018

Part 4: Keeping The Continuous in Continuous Delivery

This is the fourth post in a series targeted at helping Product Managers understand the importance of Continuous Delivery. Subscribe here...
by Adam Zolyak
June 6, 2018