World’s Largest Opinionated Agile Reference Library. The content is created and the links are curated through the lens of Agile Pain Relief Consulting’s view of what is effective in the practice of Scrum and Agile. We don’t accept submissions, and emails to that effect are marked as spam. Book listings may use affiliate links that could result in a small commission received by us if you purchase, but they do not affect the price at all. From experience, this won’t amount to anything more than a cup of coffee in a year.
We’re always looking for all things Agile. As a result, we’ve amassed a large collection of information covering lots of practical topics, techniques, tips, and case studies which we believe may help you toward your Scrum/Agile goals. They have been curated and organized into one spot, to share with you to help you on your Agile journey. We routinely scan for broken links, but if you spot one before we do, please let us know.
- Impact MappingImpact Mapping is a tool to help teams focus their work on the feature by identifying portfolio items or strategic changes that will have the greatest(...)
- Impact of AgileResource Links: The Impact of Lean and Agile Quantified – Rally Research Study
- ImpedimentsIn the context of a Scrum team, anything that slows the team’s progress towards the Sprint Goal is an impediment. And since one of the primary(...)
- Improvement ExperimentsAgile teams attempt to use Retrospectives as a tool for Team Improvement. Yet our improvements often lead nowhere. Consider making your improvements into(...)
- InterruptionsTeam members get interrupted throughout their working day. Some of the interruptions are high value - e.g. a team member asking questions that helps the(...)
- Iterative and Incremental DevelopmentIterative and Incremental Development is fancy language for working in cycles and always releasing a version of the product at the end of a cycle. In(...)