Paul Wasilewski
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Feedback process for individuals in scrum team
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What's your interpretation of a ScrumMaster? I am asking because doing an employee evaluation is not a classical task of a ScrumMaster. Regardless if the evaluation is somehow related to the agile ...

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Is this good acceptance criteria, in a JIRA?
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Good Acceptance Criteria cannot stand alone. It has to be derived from the requirement description - e.g. User Story. Therefore, a good requirement description is the starting point. However, ...

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PM techniques/tools for fixed-price 6 month client project
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As some other answers already pointed out no PM tool will guarantee success. Anyway, let’s take a look of your options. As you mentioned Scrum, it seems that your not only looking for PM tool more ...

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Is COCOMO 2 Estimation Sound, or is there Something Better?
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First of all, the COCOMO approach is rather an estimation model than a method. Estimation models are mathematical algorithms or parametric equations to estimate the cost of a product or project. The ...

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What to do with Business Analysts in a Scrum environment?
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This kind of "agile" development is one reason why agile developing is postulated as dead (even by those guys who came up with the Manifesto for Agile Software Development) (1). From my point of ...

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How can we fix Sprint Planning meetings that are unproductive?
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To split the SPM into two parts it's the classical approach. First part, agreement on sprint backlog and sprint goal (involves PO/Team). Second part, development team discuss how to realize the ...

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How to visualize and manage task dependencies?
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There are two classical approaches to visualize requirements/tasks and their dependencies. Predence Diagram Method Gantt Chart I am pretty sure you will find some tools for you favorite technique.

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