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HICSS 2011 Agile Papers Accepted

The following papers have been accepted for presentation at HICSS-44 and for publication in the IEEE Digital Library. They have been uploaded to the publication site and are print ready. About 40% of papers submitted were accepted and each paper was reviewed by at...

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Scrum is based on complex adaptive systems and emergent behavior

Scrum is based on complex adaptive systems and emergent behavior

In the early days of Scrum we were steeped in complex adaptive systems theory and autonomous intelligent systems. This area of research is emerging in a new form called Ambient Intelligence (AmI) due to the proliferation of intelligent devices on the internet. This...

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Nokia Test: Latest Version

The "Nokia Test" for Scrum teams was developed orginally by Bas Vodde at Nokia Siemens Networks in Finland. It has been updated several times and appears in it latest incarnation in Jeff Sutherland's Scrum Certification classes where he demonstrates that attending the...

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Mike Beedle on the Early History of Scrum

Mike Beedle on the Early History of Scrum

Mike Beedle on the Early History of ScrumI have been doing Scrum and Org Patterns since the fall of 1995 when I saved a large multi-million dollar project from failure at William Mercer in Deerfield, IL.Completion of this project not only put the system in...

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Haegwan Kim interviews Jeff Sutherland

Haegwan Kim interviews Jeff Sutherland

Law of Success 2.0 To Make The World A Better Place Where All Human Beings Can Achieve Success For first part of the interview click here ... Conclusion: HK: Time moves on, so I want to have few questions about success. What is the definition of your success as an...

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Estimation Accuracy: Extraneous information and anchoring effects

Estimation Accuracy: Extraneous information and anchoring effects

The Simula Lab in Norway has supported research on estimation error. Stein Grimstad's Ph.D. thesis on this topic has spawned several papers and references are provided below from the IEEE Digital Library in response to requests for sources. In particular, irrelevant...

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HICSS 2011 Agile Papers – Need Reviewers!

HICSS 2011 Agile Papers – Need Reviewers!

We need good reviewer for a series of Agile papers submitted to the HICSS Conference. Reviews are due by 14 August. If you are interested, send email to jeff@scruminc.com and let me know which papers you would like to review. You must set up an account for yourself at...

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Scrum Makes You Smarter

Scrum Makes You Smarter

Cartoon from Amund Tveit's Blog Brain research on rats suggests that voluntary pressure in the form of audacious goals taken on by high performance teams makes them produce more neuron stem cells, rewire the brain, and become smarter. Involuntary pressure, often seen...

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Updated URL for this blog: scrum.jeffsutherland.com

The final step of migrating with Google to the new domain strategy for blogs has been completed. This blog is now available at http://scrum.jeffsutherland.com. If you use scrumjeffsutherland.blogspot.com you will be automatically redirected. Please update all...

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Microsoft Team Foundation Server launches Scrum template

Microsoft Team Foundation Server launches Scrum template

Announcing Team Foundation Server Scrum v1.0 Beta aaronbjork 7 Jun 2010 9:13 AM Today , we’re announcing and releasing a brand new process template… Team Foundation Server Scrum v1.0 Beta.  This is a new process template built from the ground up specifically for Scrum...

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Most Important Thing to Remember: 50% of what you think is wrong!

Taichi Ono teaches that 50% of what you think is wrong. The robot researchers in artificial intelligence figured this out twenty years ago as well. They had understand this to get the robots to work. Study after study on college campuses show that students get simple...

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