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- When to Use ScrumFrequently in workshops, I get asked, “Where shouldn’t we use Scrum?” The short answer is there are lots of instances where the Scrum framework doesn’t(...)
- Working AgreementsA Working Agreement is a short set of guidelines created by the Team, for the Team, that establishes what the expectations of the Team are for one(...)
- Work in ProgressWork that hasn’t been deployed, shipped, or otherwise delivered to a customer has no real value. Value is only realized when the work is available for use(...)
- Work WeekOur modern work week of five days on and two days off is nothing more than an accident of history. Many organizations, and now even countries, are(...)