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Comment on The Rules of Scrum: There are no Breaks Between Sprints by Mishkin Berteig

Fri, 02 Mar 2018 12:55:11 +0000

I agree that those activities need focus and proper time. The idea of a "Sprint" is that it encapsulates all the activities necessary to deliver product increments. Taking breaks between Sprints to do stuff just means that the proportion of time spent within the Sprint probably needs adjustment. For example, retrospectives are given a great allocation of time within a Sprint: 3 hours for a 1-month long Sprint. Taking more time for these ceremonies is often a matter of quickly diminishing returns. That said, if what you are doing is working for you, please continue doing it! (It just might not be "Scrum").

Comment on The Rules of Scrum: There are no Breaks Between Sprints by CSM

Fri, 02 Mar 2018 09:34:57 +0000

Can't disagree more.

Comment on Scrum Data Warehouse Project by Petr Beles

Thu, 01 Mar 2018 10:41:35 +0000

Hi Raphael. Even your comment is a little bit older I can share my point of view: agile DWH development works if it is built on top of a Data Vault architecture. Only DV separtes the working units in a way that different people can work at different points in time on different topics and you are sure that the thing as whole will work together. To support my claim: Bill Inmon and Scott Ambler are speakers at the next World Wide Data Vault conference. Even some poeple try to manually create a Data Vault I am personally convinced that it is faster and more cost effective to use a Data Warehousing automation tool which is not only covering design and development but also automates the DWH lifecycle. But I have to admit that I'm biased on this topic as our company is creating the Datavault Builder DWA tool.

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Comment on The Rules of Scrum: There are no Breaks Between Sprints by Geoffrey

Mon, 29 Jan 2018 08:50:58 +0000

This can only work if things like your planning, and grooming are also time boxed into your sprint - which I found quite difficult to actually do since those activities often require a lot of analysis. A day or two for your ceremonies like retros and planning outside of the sprint means that you as a team dedicate your time to those activities completely and give them the attention that they deserve!

Comment on Tips to Start Agile in a Hostile Environment by Paul

Fri, 12 Jan 2018 13:19:47 +0000

Nice article. These tips are great. I've never thought you can leave it nameless. Actually, not naming methods or frameworks may actually be a good thing, because if you do, people will probably make a research and look for disadvantages. I think that a good tip is also to introduce the concept of limiting work in progress and try to explain how it will help people focus and be more productive. Keep up the good work.