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Jvonvoss at Minds.coremedia.com recently did a very interesting blog – A World without Burndowns: The Unified Taskboard. It was an interesting concept – use your done column to replace your burn down chart. Normally a taskboard will look like this:   The done column is just a list of everything that the team has achieved. …

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I know that I am not always the biggest advocate for Scrum. It isn’t that I don’t believe that using it and other Agile techniques doesn’t work. I do believe that there is considerable value in Scrum. But if you read over my other Scrum posts you will understand that I don’t think Scrum has …

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There is a growing trend within the Scrum community that believe when they are doing software development that it is actually product development. This is not the case. Software development is subset of work that is needed to be done to support product development. In small organizations the deviation between software and product development might …

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