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Scrum Values: Visibility

One value of Scrum that is often overlooked is visibility, which actually enables critical Scrum practices. Visibility is realized by communicating project status to all stakeholders, which includes the status of individual and team commitments, impediments, progress, along with other project metrics and indicators. Scrum is based on empirical process methods, which demands process transparency to enable inspection and adaption at all stages of development. Read more »


Conducting Effective One-on-Ones

As a manager, you are faced with a variety of responsibilities and expectations, from above your position and below, that need to be fulfilled every day. Through all the challenges and roadblocks, you need to drive your team(s) to deliver results while retaining and growing your team members. But if you don’t have good relationships with your people, you will struggle to achieve these goals.

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